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What are business owners reading these days? The top 10 business books at press time (based on net sales) were:

1. Ernst & Young Tax Guide 1997, $14.95 (John Wiley & Sons)

2. Wall Street Money Machine, by Wade Cook, $24.95 (United Support Association)

3. J.K. Lasser's Your Income Tax 1997, by The J.K. Lasser Institute, $14.95 (Macmillan)

4. Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Truth About Wealth in America, by Thomas J. Stanley and William Danko, $22 (Longstreet Press)

5. The Dilbert Principle, by Scott Adams, $20 (HarperBusiness)

6. Dogbert's Top Secret Management Handbook, by Scott Adams, $16 (HarperBusiness)

7. What Color Is Your Parachute 1996, by Richard Nelson Bolles, $14.95 (Ingram)

8. Personal Finance for Dummies, by Eric Tyson, $19.99 (IDG Books Worldwide)

9. Investing for Dummies, by Eric Tyson, $19.99 (IDG Books Worldwide)

10. Financial Peace, by David Ramsey, $21.95 (Viking)

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This article was originally published in the May 1997 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: Like Father, Like Son?.

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