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Could you imagine waking up every morning to a guy like that asking you, "What's up, toots?" No, thank you. Ladies, where are the princes on white horses the storybooks promised us, huh? -Lina Inverse-
    Slayers Main Novel Series 01 -The Ruby Eye-


You know what I think of a guy who wags a finger at me and makes a tut-tut-tut noise? I think he's begging to lose a finger. -Lina Inverse-
    Slayers Main Novel Series 02 -The Sorcerer of Atlas-


"Clearly this could only have been done by Lina Inverse!" -Wizer-
    Slayers Special 9 Ileez's Travels


"Job security meant everything to my educated dad. Learning meant everything to my rich dad."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"There is always risk, so learn to manage risk instead of avoiding it."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"The poor and middle class work for money. (...) The rich make money." (Rich dad)
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"Land was wealth 300 years ago. (...) Later, wealth was in factories and production. (...) Today, wealth is information."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"In my personal experience, your financial genius requires both technical knowledge as well as courage."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"Often in the real world, it's not the smart who get ahead, but the bold."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"A corporate can do many things that an employee cannot, like pay expenses before paying taxes. Employees earn and get taxed, and they try to live on what is left. A corporation earns, spends everything it can, and is taxed on anything that is left. It's one of the biggest legal tax loopholes that the rich use. They're easy to set up and are not expensive if you own investments that are producing good cashflow. For example, by owning your own corporation, your vacations can be board meetings in Hawaii. Car payments, insurance, repairs, and health-club memberships are company expenses. Most restaurant meals are partial expenses, and on and on. But it's done legally with pre-tax dollars."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"Without this financial knowledge, which I call financial intelligence or financial IQ, my road to financial independence would have been much more difficult."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"My highly educated dad (...) spoke of the virtues of 'working your way up the corporate ladder.' When I told my rich dad of my father's advice, he only chuckled. 'Why not own the ladder?' was all he said."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"He knew the law because he was a law-abiding citizen and because it was expensive to not know the law."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"Rich dad constantly reminded Mike and me that the biggest bully was not the boss or the supervisor, but the tax man. The tax man will always take more if you let him."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"Average Americans today work four to five months for the government just to cover their taxes. In my opinion, that is simply too long. The harder you work, the more you pay the government. That is why I believe that the idea of the "take-from-the-rich" backfired on the very people who voted it in.
Every time people try to punish the rich, the rich don't simply comply. They react. They have the money, power, and intent to change things. They don't just sit there and voluntarily pay more taxes. Instead, they search for ways to minimize their tax burden. They hire smart attorneys and accountants, and persuade politicians to change laws or create legal loopholes. They use their resources to effect change.
The Tax Code of the United States also allows other ways to reduce taxes. Most of these vehicles are available to anyone, but it is the rich who find them because they are minding their own business. For example, "1031" is jargon for Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code which allows a seller to delay paying taxes on a piece of real estate that is sold for a capital gain through an exchange for a more expensive piece of real estate. Real estate is one investment vehicle that has a great tax advantage. As long as you keep trading up in value, you will not be taxes on the gains until you liquidate. People who don't take advantage of these legal tax savings are missing a great opportunity to build their asset columns."

    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"A corporation is merely a file folder with some legal documents in it, sitting in some attorney's office and registered with a state government agency. It's not a big building or a factory or a group of people. A corporation is merely a legal document that creates a legal body without a soul."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"The reality is that the rich are not taxed. It's the middle class, especially the educated upper-income middle class, who pays for the poor."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"My rich dad dit not see Robin Hood as a hero. He called Robin Hood a crook."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"My rich dad just played the game smart, and he did it through corporations — the biggest secret of the rich."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"A true luxury is a reward for investing in and developing a real asset."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"The poor and middle class buy luxuries with their own seat, blood, and children's inheritance."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"Once a dollar goes into it, never let it come out. Think of it this way: Once a dollar goes into your asset column, it becomes your employee. The best thing about money is that it works 24 hours a day and can work for generations. Keep your day job, be a great hardworking employee, but keep building that asset column."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"Nine out of ten companies fail in five years. Of those that survive the first five years, nine out of every ten of those eventually fail as well."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"With small companies, my investment strategy is to be out of the stock in a year. On the other hand, my real estate strategy is to start small and keep trading up for bigger properties and, therefore, delay paying taxes on the gain. This allows the value to increase dramatically. I generally hold real estate less than seven years."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"Start minding your own business. Keep your daytime job, but start buying real assets, not liabilities."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"Real assets fall into the following categories:
- Business that do not require my presence
- Stocks
- Bonds
- Income-generating real estate
- Notes (IOUs)
- Royalties from intellectual property such as music, scripts, and patents
- Anything else that has value, produces income or appreciates, and has a ready market."

    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"The mistake in becoming what you study is that too many people forget to mind their own business. They spend their lives minding someone else's business and making that person rich."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"Often, I ask people, 'What is your business?' And they will say, 'Oh, I'm a banker.' Then I ask them if they own the bank. And they usually respond, 'No, I work there.' In that instance, they have confused their profession with their business."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"It is secret number three of the rich. That secret is: Mind your own business. Financial struggle is often directly the result of people working all their lives for someone else. Many people will simply have nothing at the end of their working days to show for their efforts."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"The rich buy assets. The poor only have expenses. The middle class buy liabilities they think are assets."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"Wealth is a person’s ability to survive so many number of days forward — or, if I stopped working today, how long could I survive?" (R. Buckminster Fuller)
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"Concentrate your efforts on buying income-generating assets."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"If you find you have dug yourself into a hole... stop digging."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"Based on 2016 stats, U.S. consumer credit card debt is at an all-time high: $779 billion. Is it all bad debt... or good debt? Do you know the difference?"
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"Cash flow tells the story of how a person handles money."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"If you want to be rich, simply spend your life buying or building assets. If you want to be poor or middle class, spend your life buying liabilities."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"If you want to be rich, this is all you need to know. It is rule number one. It is the onle rule. This may sound absurdly simple, but most people have no idea how profound this rule is. Most people struggle financially because they do not know the difference between an asset and a liability."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"An asset puts money in my pocket. A liability takes money out of my pocket."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"Rich people acquire assets. The poor and middle class acquire liabilities that they think are assets."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"In 1994, I retired. I was 47, and my wife Kim was 37. Retirement does not mean not working. For us, it means that, barring unforeseen cataclysmic changes, we can work or not work, and our wealth grows automatically, staying ahead of inflation. Our assets are large enough to grow by themselves. It's like planting a tree. You water it for years, and then one day it doesn't need you anymore. Its roots are implanted deep enough. Then the tree provides shade for your enjoyment."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"It's not how much money you make. It's how much money you keep."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"He talked about the gold standard that America was on, and that each dollar bill was actually a silver certificate. What concerned him was the rumor that we would someday go off the gold standard and our dollars would no longer be backed by something tangible. 'If that happens, boys, all hell will break loose. The poor, the middle class, and the ignorant will have their lives ruined simply because they will continue to believe that money is real and that the company they work for, or the government, will look after them.'"
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"When emotion goes up, intelligence goes down."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"(People) do as their parents did. They get up every day and go work for money, not taking the time to ask the question, 'Is there another way?'"
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"We only memorize historical dates and names, not the lesson."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"History proves that great civilizations collapse when the gap between the haves and have-nots is too great."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"Once a person stops searching for information and self-knowledge, ignorance sets in."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"The poor and the middle class work for money. The rich have money work for them."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference."
    Rich Dad Poor Dad


"One believed, 'Our home is our largest investment and our greatest asset.' The other believed, 'My house is a liability, and if your house is your largest investment, you're in trouble.'"
    Rich Dad Poor Dad



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