Making Cash Flow: The Game of Money and How to Play It!: Easyread Super Large 18pt Edition
A comprehensive book with many illustrations that will help people who are working on home budgets, running a small business, or working in a corporation. In Making Cash Flow, I introduce the reader to the Financial Existence Panel. This Panel helps you identify where you are now and how to move forward in your thinking and your wealth creation. Making Cash Flow has been written with the author's own experiences of managing a business in the grips of a recession. Making cash flow is a fundamental responsibility for nearly all adults. If we don't come to grips with how money works, all sorts of headaches, money breakdowns and money chaos follow, whether in the home or the workplace. Making Cash Flow is written in an easy-to-understand style and allows the reader to take control of their own money situation.
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SO WHAT PEOPLE HOW MANY AND WHO
MAKING CASH FLOWYOUR MASTER PLAN 43 CHAPTER 4 THE LIFE OF A SMALL BUSINESS 73 CHAPTER 5 SIX TYPES OF FINANCIA...
HOW PEOPLE CAN REACT
EXAMINING OUR POSITION IN THE LEFTHAND
STEPPING BEYOND DEBT
GROWTH AND RENEWAL
THE PROCESS THE GOAL
THE WAY AHEAD
THE FUTURE IS LOOKING GOOD
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