What would Benjamin Franklin do? Announcing the launch of a new weekly blog series by Jeffrey ReevesBlog added by Paul Wilson on October 7, 2010
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In 1758, Benjamin Franklin published the 25th and final issue of Poor Richard’s Almanack.  As a preface to this final edition, he wrote The Way to Wealth, and introduced Father Abraham as the main character in the tale.

Father Abraham embodied the financial wisdom of the Founders of America. Poor Richard Saunders — one of Benjamin Franklin’s many pen names — incorporated the economic principles and financial practices derived from that wisdom in the Almanack.

In an exclusive new weekly blog series, Dr Agon Fly, a pen name for ProducersWEB expert contributor Jeffrey Reeves, adds his unique and timely perspectives to this timeless classic about money and life.

The first installment it titled "The Way to Wealth by Benjamin Franklin: A brief history of the Almanack,".
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