Robert Kiyosaki takes a fresh and in-depth look at the factors that impact people from all walks of life as they struggle to cope with change and challenges that impact their financial world in this follow-up book to his 2010 New York Times bestseller Conspiracy of the Rich. The book was released on the heels of Kiyosaki’s success with the book in that publication.

Unfair Advantage: The Power of Financial Education by Robert T. Kiyosaki [Download pdf Below]

Robert drives home his points in Unfair Advantage: The Power of Financial Education by encouraging readers to reevaluate their circumstances and take a fresh approach to solve their financial problems. It is recommended that readers stop reflexively agreeing with the notion that they are “disadvantaged” people who have few choices.

They are encouraged to reject the preconception that they will continue to suffer financially throughout their lives and to take action beyond their perception of limited possibilities.


Education is the beginning point for Robert’s innovative take on his time-tested messages, which contain clear and tangible measures that any individual or family may take. Through the application, education transforms into a potent strategy with observable and quantifiable outcomes.

In typical Rich Dad fashion, the reader will be asked to consider two opposing viewpoints and allowed to learn firsthand how financial knowledge may give them an unfair advantage.

Why do the wealthiest continue to get richer even during economic turmoil? Robert reaffirms his message in his newest book, An Unfair Advantage, and urges readers to alter the circumstances of their lives and behave differently.

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It is recommended that readers stop unquestioningly embracing the idea that they are “disadvantaged” people with limited options and question the concept that they would continue to suffer financially throughout their lives.

What kind of lessons do you learn about managing money at school? In the vast majority of instances, the answer is “not much.” If there is any form of financial education at all, it is provided by financial planners and bankers who act as agents for Wall Street and the major financial institutions. These are the same individuals responsible for the financial catastrophe and benefited from it.

This book is about providing a genuine education in financial matters. This book discusses how debt and taxes help the wealthy get even wealthier and why debt and taxes make life difficult for the middle class and the poor.

This book shows why the wealthiest are getting richer while paying fewer taxes, while the middle class is shrinking and paying more in taxes. Many people in the middle class have lost their jobs, homes, and retirement savings.

  • This book discusses five advantages of having a true financial education that is often overlooked.
  • The Unfair Advantage of Knowledge
  • The Unfair Advantage of Taxes
  • The Unfair Advantages of Knowledge and Taxes
  • The Unjust Benefits of Being in Debt
  • The Inequitable Benefit of Taking Risks
  • The Inequitable Benefit of Receiving Compensation
  • The results of genuine financial education can be summarized in these five unfair advantages.