We just learned that Robert Kiyosaki's new book, Unfair Advantage, will debut at #12 on the New York Times Bestseller list on May 8th. Amazon.com is calling this Robert's best book. I agree. I am a little prejudiced, as I was a major contributor to the book.

Unfair Advantage takes all of those great concepts from Robert's original book, Rich Dad Poor Dad and explains why they work. From a full chapter about how the tax law works (yes, I'm in there many times) to chapters about what financial institutions are doing to the American Public and how debt can be used to accelerate wealth creation, Unfair Advantage gives everyone who reads it the opportunity to create their own “unfair advantage.”

Several years ago, Robert asked me what was my unfair advantage? I had to stop and think as we at ProVision, my CPA firm, have many unfair advantages. To begin with, we understand that the tax law is a series of stimulus packages for business owners and investors. That means that the tax law is for you if you are a business owner or investor. Not against you. We use our extensive knowledge to create an unfair advantage for our clients. Routinely, we show them how to permanently reduce their taxes by 10-40%. And it only takes 2-3 months on work to get their. Now that's an unfair advantage.

When you have that much more of your hard earned money in your pocket, you have an unfair advantage compared to those who continue paying exorbitant taxes to the government. And everything we do is well within the tax law.

The right education always leads to an unfair advantage. What education are you going to get so you have an unfair advantage? Start by reading Robert's book. My friends Ken McElroy, Garrett Sutton (who teaches the Rich Dad Tax and Asset Protection class with me) and Andy Tanner (one of the world's greatest teachers on stock and option trading) also contributed heavily to this book. I can't think of any other people I would rather be associated with than this group. And don't forget Robert's delightful wife, Kim, who is both an inspiration to him and a brilliant thinker and writer in her own right.

Thanks, Robert, for letting me contribute to this, your best book ever!