Free PDF of Rich Dad Poor Dad Book

richdadRich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter is probably one of the most controversial best-selling personal finance books out there. Some people love it, others hate it. I am bringing this up because until 4/13 you can download a PDF of the book for free at Specifically, you have to sign up for an account with your name and e-mail. Unless you really want a lot of spam, I’d use a disposable or temporary e-mail address. After verifying the e-mail I was able to download the PDF without issue.

I read and reviewed Rich Dad, Poor Dad in 2005, and while I do admit the book has many flaws I guess I still have a little nostalgic soft spot for it. Somehow his message of buying assets with your hard-earned money and not liabilities connected with a lot of people. Don’t get me wrong though – having read three other Kiyosaki books and listened to an audio CD series, my opinion is to skip everything else Kiyosaki sells! Just read the original. Don’t buy any other books or products, and please please don’t pay for a get-rich-quick seminar.


  1. So…Robert has two dads?

    • I guess if he includes his friend’s dad – from his wikipedia page: “Originally self-published before being picked up commercially to become a best seller, the central concept of the book is an anecdotal comparison of his “two fathers.” His “poor dad” was his biological father, who was highly educated and became superintendent of the Hawaii State Department of Education but was poor. Contrasted with this is his “rich dad,” who was his best friend’s father who became “the richest man in Hawaii” by investing his smaller income into income-producing investments, and was a high school dropout.”

  2. Site seems overloaded.. did not get an email or confirmation

  3. Count me amongst the haters.

  4. Tom Price says:

    I can’t get past his obvious lies about his past.

  5. sentongo geoffrey says:

    Hello Mr. Robert, thanks for your book. Have you ever been with the poor dad before or it’s from your rich mind?

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