Summary of Multiple Streams of Income

How to Generate a Lifetime of Unlimited Wealth

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Multiple Streams of Income book summary
Ben Franklin discovered electricity — but it was the man who invented the meter who made the money.


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Aimed at those with little or no business or investment knowledge, this book explains how to earn money in addition to your salary and how to plug leaks in your cash flow. Robert G. Allen crams in an enormous amount of information and the book design accommodates boxed quotes, sidebars and graphs that help simplify complex investment and other financial information. recommends this book to anyone in need of a crash course in financial security, who doesn’t mind a "Gee-whiz" approach.

In this summary, you will learn

  • How to generate income in addition to your regular salary;
  • Important tips on tax and retirement planning and asset protection, and
  • The proper attitude and approach to take with regard to your money.


The Money Tree Formula
The average American earns at least $25,000 a year and spends it all. After a lifetime of earning, most Americans end up with almost nothing. That’s because nobody teaches them about money. What is learned is absorbed in a haphazard manner that is mostly wrong, and...
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About the Author

Robert G. Allen ’s first book, Nothing Down, sold more than one million copies, becoming the largest-selling real-estate investment book in history. A successful entrepreneur and seminar leader, he has an MBA from Brigham Young University. He is a popular guest on radio and TV programs, and has been featured in many national magazines.

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