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    Typical Sequel

    Not bad, but definitely not as good as the first one. It's good on details, but Chilton's tone of a conversation didn't really translate well enough. I recommend going through the first one (where is it on Kobo anyways?) before taking this one on to give you a basic idea on what you're reading. Still a buy though.
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    Easy and informative read

    Lots of great info in easy to read language and format
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    Good Common Sense Advice

    Well written book that makes a sometime mundane topic interesting.
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    Good follow up

    I thought this was a good follow up to Chilton's "The Wealthy Barber." The writing style was enjoyable and the increased Canadian content made this book more relevant than the first book. Chilton discusses many of the financial topics that I've been pondering with a comic twist.
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    The Weathy Barber Returns

    Definitely a good read for someone really start thinking about their finances, which everyone should start early in my opinion. Fun and simple to understand and follow. It's less on focus on technical but more of a change in mindset. Love it!
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