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SOURCE Jack Bosch
PHOENIX, Sept. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Good news for everybody interested in gaining financial-freedom -- Jack Bosch's new book, "Forever Cash: Break The Earn-Spend Cycle, Take Charge of Your Life; Build Everlasting Wealth", is now available at www.Amazon.com and www.BN.com. This much anticipated book promises to change the way people approach wealth-building.
"Forever Cash" makes no promise of overnight success. Instead it teaches a proven methodology that results in financial independence without having to wait until you are 65 years, and all in a way that is easy to understand, and easy to replicate. The author, successful Investor and Entrepreneur Jack Bosch, wrote the "Forever Cash" wealth-building system based on his own experience of having been an employee of a large company and barely making ends meet and having been able to break the "earn to spend cycle" within just under 2 years.
Bosch makes a strong case for building multiple sources of recurring long lasting cash flow by suggesting to shift the focus from what he calls "one time cash" (mainly regular job income) to Forever Cash (recurring passive income). Per "Forever Cash," the secret to everlasting wealth lies in what people do with the money they make, and how good they are in turning income into wealth one investment at a time. Unfortunately most people use their active income and waste it by spending it on everyday things that don't make them wealthy.
"Forever Cash" lays out a "Blueprint For Financial Freedom" that is capable of delivering financial independence in 5 years or less, according to its author. Following the principles of the book, people will be virtually immune to the ups and downs of market crash, or other economic disasters. Plus employing the principles in "Forever Cash", a person should start out without quitting their job, and actually use their job as a vehicle for temporary stability while building up the Forever Cash Streams and pay off debt in a structured and consistent way. And all without cutting-up the credit cards and skipping a visit to Starbucks.
For complete information, visit: Forever Cash: Break The Earn-Spend Cycle
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