Month: June 2019

Tax Free Wealth with Tom Wheelwright / Episode 66

Today’s Cash Flow Wealth expert is Tom Wheelwright, founder of WealthAbility. Tom is here today to discuss the quickest way to put more money in your pocket: reduce your taxes.

Tom explains ways in which you can permanently reduce your taxes by 10-40% in a mere 90 days. Money is made in 4 ways. 2 ways are punished, 2 ways are rewarded. The best way to figure out what’s rewarded and what’s punished is to simply look at the tax law. The government is telling you how to save money on taxes, so become a “Super Tax Payer” as quickly as possible.


Book in a Box with Tucker Max / Episode 65

Today’s Cash Flow Wealth expert is Tucker Max, founder of Book in a Box, about how you can write a book WITHOUT writing a book. Tucker explains how Book in a Box differs from ghost writing, and why targeting a niche will likely do you worlds more good than going broad.

Tucker also explains the necessary steps to take BEFORE the book is even written in order to make sure it’s done correctly, as well as why it’s critical you have a book in your industry.


Capital Flows, Renter Demographics & Maintaining Control with Jason Hartman / Episode 64

Today’s Cash Flow Wealth expert is Jason Hartman, real estate investor and coach. Jason discusses what happened in the subprime crisis and look at whether the current rise in home prices due to credit being too easy to get again. He also examines the impact of the institutional money on single family home market. He also explains how to figure out what a good investment is and the importance of standardizing your data.


Investing in Paper with Andy Tanner & Pat Donohoe / Episode 63

Today’s Cash Flow Wealth experts are Andy Tanner and Pat Donohoe, creators of the Cash Flow Wealth Summit. These two spend the time explaining why you can’t slam any single asset class. Every asset class has its uses and its own way of making money. To denigrate one completely shows a lack of financial maturity. Paper is frequently looked down upon, but Andy points out, paper is a symbol of an agreement, of the VALUE of any product we agree that it does.