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Financial Literacy Month – Top Books From the Pros

As Financial Literacy Month 2020 comes to a close, our Investment Advisors and Advanced Wealth Planning Group shared their favourite personal finance books.

Here are the Top 5:
1. ‘The Wealthy Barber’ by David Chilton
2. ‘Millionaire Next Door’ by Thomas J. Stanley
3. ‘What Would the Rockefellers Do?’ By Garrett B. Gunderson
4. ‘The Richest Man in Babylon’ by George S. Clason
5. ‘Rich is a State of Mind. Building Wealth and Happiness – A Blueprint’ by Robert M. Gignac

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