Project Eliot 

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Project Eliot is named after the famous author and literary critic T.S. Eliot. This project was launched to help students improve their reading comprehension by reading, understanding, and critiquing literature. Under the guidance of our team, students will research and write a book review on personal finance or the environment. Fireworks encourages students to join this program to share their opinions and criticisms about various literary works.  Click the button below to sign up for this program or scroll down to see the work done so far.

July 2021

Rich Dad Poor Dad
Chapter 1: Rich don't work for money

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Written by: Shahreyar A.
Al Waha International

In the essential eye-opening book of Rich Dad Poor Dad, the first chapter talks about “ Rich don’t work for money". In simple terms, financially independent people try and make passive sources of income so that they earn while they are asleep which in sarcastic terms replies to the notion that “poor work for money.” 

August 2021

Rich Dad Poor Dad
Chapter 4: Taxes and the Power of Corporations

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Written by: Shahreyar A.
Al Waha International

"The reality is that the rich are not taxed. It's the middle class, especially the upper- income middle class, who pays for the poor." - Rich Dad Poor Dad

Looking at the history of taxation, dates back to 1874 when the British made the income tax a permanent levy.