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Andrew Hallam

Andrew Hallam

Andrew Hallam

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Andrew Hallam is the author of the best-selling book Millionaire teacher: The nine rules of wealth you should have learned in school. Raised in British Columbia, he now teaches personal finance at Singapore American School -- and built a million-dollar investment portfolio on a teacher’s salary.

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