When you think of wealthy people, you would think that they are the ones who live in rich neighborhoods like Beverly Hills or Park Avenue. The truth is, they live right next door.
The truly wealthy people in America don’t always get their money through inheritance or high degrees. They are actually the ones who don’t live an expensive lifestyle and choose, instead, to bargain-shop for used cars and raise their children without the knowledge of their wealth until they are old enough. In reality, those who live expensive lifestyles are often the ones who can’t afford it. And the truly wealthy behave differently than you would expect.
The Millionaire Next Door, first published in 1996, became a revolutionary and even controversial view of America’s richest sharing their attitudes, beliefs, and qualities that are similar among them. This new edition of the book updates the original content in the context of the 21st century.