Rating Scale

Ebert and Roeper have their “Two Thumbs Up”. The Zagat rating service has their thirty point scale to grade restaurants. And, everybody and their brother uses stars to rate anything and everything. But, who uses pigs? They are piggy banks to be more precise.

The Piggy Bank Ratings…

5 out of 5 Piggy Banks

Put this book on your bookshelf, highlight it, dog ear mark it, and never let it out of your sight! It should be a staple and a cornerstone of your Personal Finance Library.

4 out of 5 Piggy Banks

Buy this book even if you have to pay full price instead of buying it on Half.com. You should also put it on your bookshelf. It is a definite buy and should be a part of your personal finance library.

3 out of 5 Piggy Banks

Put this book on your bookshelf. You probably don’t want to rush out to the bookstore for it though. Check for it used on Half.com or another used book site. A three piggy bank book is probably worth reading.

2 out of 5 Piggy Banks

Get this book from your library if you really want to read it. But, you can skip putting it in your Personal Finance Library.

Only 1 Piggy Bank

One piggy? Really? Don’t bother with this one. This type of book would be a good one to skip. Take my word for it. I’ve taken one for the team by reading this one for you so you don’t have to. Skip it!

Zero Piggy Banks

Man, I hope that I never have to read a book that would be a zero! I’m sure that they are out there though.

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