Overall, it’s a good book. Provides very useful knowledge. The book is aimed for an “one size fits all” approach, a book on taxes that works for anyone from any country. I get that they want to expand their reader group out globally instead of just one country. But this backfires. Every countries tax codes are different. And that’s the reason why it’s lacking examples and made the book seemed too general.
As I was reading this book someone asked me if it is good. I said, “Yes! It is my favorite book so far!” They asked why. I asked them what they know about taxes. They said not much, I said neither did I and I now know more then you and I did yesterday.
It is a great book, and opens your eyes on a whole other subject as all the Rich, Dad series books do. (Posted on 8/22/2022)
Loved it! I have already read the 2012 edition and enjoyed that as well, but this book has been updated to reflect the recent changes to the tax code and is full of useful knowledge! I highly reccomend this book to anyone looking to get into business or investing, it will be highly beneficial! (Posted on 7/28/2022)