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But why become rich if not to enjoy it? Unlike other books, Getting Rich in America does not promote amassing wealth for wealth's sake. You can have that gourmet coffee, take a much-needed vacation, even indulge in filet mignon. With its emphasis on achieving balance, Getting Rich in America is filled with exercises and easy-to-execute calculations that reveal how the "little things" really do add up over time to big savings, or to no savings at all; sound advice for creating a fulfilling life; and practical tips for saving and making your money work harderso you don't have to.
Get rich in America! The choice is yours.
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Dwight R. Lee is a professor at the College of Business at the University of Georgia. He lives in Atlanta. Richard B. McKenzie is a professor at the Graduate School of Management at the University of California, Irvine. He lives in Irvine, California.
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