How to Get Rich when You Ain't Got Nothing: The African-American Guide to Gaining and Building Wealth

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Amber Books Publishing, 2002 - 168 Seiten
Tells you and your family how to assess what you have, understand what you want, and know what you need, from buying a new car, new home, and sending your children to college. Miller gives you his easy-to-follow basic plan for "Getting Rich" and teaches you everything you need to know about SAVING and INVESTING. This Comprehensive book has more than 500 listings of State Directors of Adult Education, State Employment Agencies, Federal Employment Information Centers, State Government Personnel Agencies, Franchise Directories, Minority Business Development Centers, Mutual Fund Families, Regional Securities, Exchange Commission Offices and Financial Planners.
 

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Acknowledgment
1
How Much Is Rich?
15
Chapter 4
25
Income
31
Mr and Mrs Incorporated
37
Chapter 8
45
The Hidden Enemy
53
Asset Management
59
The Next Generation
71
Strategy For Success
79
Insurance
89
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Über den Autor (2002)

Harvard University and Columbia Law School graduate, Melvin B. Miller has been actively involved in community public service for more than thirty years. In 1965, Mr. Miller founded the Bay State Banner, a weekly newspaper advocating the interests of Greater Boston's African-American community. He has served as the Banner's Publisher and Editor since its inception. MELVIN B. MILLER IS ALSO A DIRECTOR OF THE BOSTON BANK OF COMMERCE.

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