Cash in on Cash Flow

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Simon and Schuster, Jul 13, 2005 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
The cash flow business is creating a whole new generation of success stories, and you can share in the wealth, whether you are looking for:

  • A total career change
  • A part-time source of income
  • A work-from-home opportunity
  • Supplemental retirement income
  • Full-blown self-employment

People all across America are making thousands to tens of thousands of dollars per month in this red-hot new business that has already been discovered and reported on in The Wall Street Journal and elsewhere. It does not require any special financial education or occupational background, nor is it restricted by age, nationality, or gender. It is open to anyone willing to learn the simple three-step cash flow process that author Laurence J. Pino explains so clearly in Cash In on Cash Flow.

Consider this: one out of every fifteen pieces of real estate sold in the United States involves an arrangement where a private individual takes back a note and receives payments long into the future. The sellers of eight out of ten businesses in the United States take payments over time. And consider lottery winners. After the initial excitement wears off and the reality sets in that lottery winnings will be spread over twenty years minus up-front taxes, the lottery winners realize that they've gotten too good at spending money before it comes in. What all of these people have in common is the fact that they are owed future payments but would prefer to receive an immediate lump sum of cash (even though it is smaller) rather than wait so long for these payments. The cash flow business deals with the buying and brokering of future payments just like these, from private individuals who want to trade mortgage notes, invoices, lottery winnings, car accident settlements, insurance policies, and other assets for a lump sum of cash. That's where a cash flow specialist comes in, and that is what this book is all about -- how you can become a specialist and earn handsome income on a part-time or full-time basis.

A pioneer in the cash flow business, Pino has perfected the system and written the first book on the subject. As a cash flow specialist, you will not be trying to sell products to friends, relatives, or neighbors. You don't have to "sign people up" to make money. And you don't have to make hefty capital investments. You can work when you want to, right from your home, according to your own lifestyle and income objectives.

And the best news? You don't even need your own capital to get started. If you've got capital, you can invest in cash flows and earn incredible yields on your money. If you don't, you can still earn substantial fees brokering cash flows to people who do. Cash In on Cash Flow explains it all, simply and clearly.


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Many years ago as a troubled youth, I wrote to Larry while confined. He not only responded, he gave me a scholarship to the American Cash Flow School. Since then, I've been successful and never looked back. I recommend this book to any individual currently in business, or seeking to establish a start-up. Even if you don't ascribe to the cash flow system, the book contains a plethora of information commonly not taught in business schools. The techniques in this book are as valid today as they were in 2005. Cash in on Cash Flow is a must read. 


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How It All Began
Why Cash Flow Is the Business of the Future
FiftyPlus Ways to Make Money Without Using
The Basics of Every Cash Flow Transaction
Use Collateral to Create Your Fortune
Target Businesses and Factor Your Way to Profits
Turn Your Neighbors Insurance Policy into Profit
Why the Entire Industry Wants You to Succeed
How to Get from Here to There
Seven Attributes of a Millionaire
Sources of Additional Information
Glossary of Cash Flow Terms
Tax Lien Certificate and Tax Deed States

When Bad Debt Is a Good Investment
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