Personal Cash Flow Management Wealth Building Formula
, on April 29, 2010
There are a lot of information about how to get rich, build wealth, achieve financial freedom, etc. But when you take a step back and look at the big picture, it all comes down to better cash flow management — earn more and spend less — personal finance in one simple equation!
Obviously, this is nothing new. Cash flow as a business concept has been around for a long time. You commonly hear about this as profits and losses. Another area where cash flow is important is in real estate investing. A good investor knows how important it is to know the costs of owning a property and have a positive cash flow.
To help you maximize your personal cash flow, here are some good articles from around the web.
To sum it up: earn more than you spend and you’re building wealth, but spend more than you earn and you’re accumulating debt. By improving your cash flow, you’ll have more flexibility to pay down your debt even faster, or put more money toward wealth building.
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About the AuthorPinyo
is the owner of Moolanomy Personal Finance
and an entrepreneur with over 20 years of business experience. He has a strong appreciation for business management, investing, and wealth building. He has written for many online publications, including American Express and U.S. News.
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