PHOENIX, Sept. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- In a struggling economy, people tend to gravitate to wealth building systems that make big promises, but don't often deliver. Jack Bosch aims to change all that by publishing his new book: "Forever Cash: Break The Earn-Spend Cycle, Take Charge of Your Life; Build Everlasting Wealth". His book, which was released September 10th, created quite a buzz on the wealth-building Forums and Blogs.
"Forever Cash" promises a paradigm shift in the thinking of what needs to be done to become financially Independent. As the solution Bosch names a simple solution that can be implemented NOW - "Forever Cash." Most people focus on 401Ks and IRAs that don't provide any benefits until an advanced age, and as a result forcing people to work way beyond the age they have to. However, many people would like to retire at a younger age, but are afraid of the same old "stale" wealth-building systems that pervade the marketplace. And that is where Forever Cash comes in. Jack Bosch, a successful investor and entrepreneur himself, has written simply and candidly about how to build wealth - NOW, without promising overnight success.
"Forever Cash" is going to impart a strong message: "This is a new philosophy, a new perspective in the way to look at money. And while there are no short cuts it is possible, with some changes in the way people spend, save and invest, that everyone applying this process can reach financial independence earlier than ever thought possible."
After reading "Forever Cash" the reader is inspired and feels self-confidence yet at the same time has specific action items available he or she can implement right away. No doubt this will become a must read for all Personal Finance Fans. The best news yet is that people can go to any online or offline book store and purchase of the book and be one of the first people to get on the proven path to financial freedom.
For complete information, visit: Forever Cash: Break The Earn-Spend Cycle
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