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Building Wealth in the '90s.

During these times, Canada is an uncertain place for planning to build wealth. What are the choices to make post-referendum, in a country plagued by the recession, free trade, low interest rates and even the ominous warnings of a new depression?

Building Wealth in the '90s is a clear-cut road map for looking ahead during this turbulent decade. Author Gordon Pape leads us through the maze of pitfalls and hidden passageways to arrive at a secure financial position which ensures dividends, and peace of mind.

Mr. Pape is one of Canada's best known financial authors, and his newest book is a fully updated revision of his highly successful 1988 publication, Building Wealth. A lot has changed in the past few years, and the new edition incorporates changes in tax laws, suggests new ways to relieve your tax burden, and covers all aspects of today's myriad of financial choices.

Gordon Pape's passion for financial building has made him a wealthy man, and a best-selling Canadian author. Building Wealth in the '90s is full of personal anecdotes spanning both ends of the financial spectrum; his most rewarding decisions, to his costliest mistakes. In his usual to-the-point style, Gordon Pape proves wealth building can become a part of anyone's lifestyle.
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Date:Jun 22, 1993
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