Book Review Time At Family Money Values
It’s book review time at Family Money Values. Over the next three weeks, I will be reviewing 3 wealth related books each week.
These books were chosen because they provide a peek into the challenges of having financial wealth or a look at attitudes, mentality and personality of millionaires. These books will NOT necessarily tell you HOW to GET rich, but rather, they will help you understand what it is like to BE rich – along with all of the joys and problems it brings.
As a bonus review, the bottom of this post gives a brief synopsis of a lighthearted look at the money crowd via The Official Filthy Rich Handbook (How the other .001% lives) The Complete Guide by Christopher Tennant copyright 2008 published by Thomas Allen & Son Limited.
Without further ado, here are the books that I will summarize and review for you during the next three weeks.
Family Legacy and Leadership by Mark Haynes Daniell and Sara S. Hamilton, copyright 2010, published by Wiley & Sons (Asia) Pte. Ltd.
Family Wealth How Family Members and Their Advisers Preserve Human, Intellectual, and Financial Assets for Generations.
Estate Planning for the Healthy, Wealthy Family How to Promote Family Harmony, Affirm Your Values, and Protect Your Assets By Stanley D. Neeleman, J.D. Carla B. Garrity, PH.D and Mitchell A. Baris, PH.D.
The Middle-Class Millionaire The Rise of the New Rich and How They Are Changing America by Russ Alan Prince and Lewis Schiff copyright 2008 published by Doubleday a division of Random House, Inc New York
Navigating the Dark Side of Wealth: A Life Guide for Inheritors By Thayer Cheatham Willis copyright 2003 published by New Concord Press.
Rich Dad – Poor Dad What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money–That the Poor and the Middle Class Do Not! by Robert T. Kiyosaki with Sharon L. Lechter, CPA.
Rich Dad – Poor Dad for Teens The Secrets About Money–that You Don’t Learn in School!
Richistan A Journey Through the American Wealth Boom and the Lives of the New Rich by Robert Frank.
Silver Spoon Kids How Successful Parents Raise Responsible Children by Eileen Gallo, P.H.D. And Jon Gallo, J.D.
A VERY brief review of The Official Filthy Rich Handbook:
This tongue in cheek book tells all about how the really rich folks live – what they buy, where their houses (and second houses and third houses) are, what they wear, the cars they drive, the yachts they have, where to get a nanny, where to send your kids to school (boarding of course). It has a guide for household help, explaining for the new rich, what the various positions are and how they related to each other. It tells what diseases the rich suffer and where they go for treatment. It’s a great read and you learn things about wealth lifestyles you never thought you needed to know!