Robert G. Allen's name is synonymous with financial success, and with his seminars sweeping the nation, he is now more than ever at the cutting edge of strategic wealth creation. In this completely revised edition of his classic bestseller Creating Wealth , Allen gives you the basic principles that you need to stop thinking poor and start growing rich by developing a wealthy mindset.
Moving beyond just real estate, Allen goes straight to the core of people's inner motivations and beliefs about money to give you all the fundamentals of wealth creation. In his trademark, easy-to-understand style, Allen spells out all his practical applications and shows you how to:
â¢ Take advantage of recent tax laws
â¢ Use leverage to multiply holdings while minimizing risks
â¢ Benefit from high-yield discount mortgages
â¢ Acquire long-term profits in gold and silver coins
â¢ Set up corporations and trusts to protect assets
â¢ Find the highest rate of return with the greatest liquidity
As Robert Allen has proved in his own lifeâbecoming a multimillionaire well before he was 35âit doesn't matter how much or how little money you have to start as long as you understand the right principlesâtimeless principles that can make all the difference.
Robert G. Allen is one of Americas most famous and most influential financial advisors of all time. After graduating with an MBA from Brigham Young University in 1974, Allen began making small real estate investments, transforming his tiny nest egg into a million dollar net worth in a few short years. He shared his powerful system with the public in the #l national bestseller Nothing Down , with forty-six weeks on the. New York Times national bestseller list. He followed that success with Creating Wealth , which has well over three-quarter of a million copies in print. His other major bestsellers include Multiple Streams of Income, and The One-Minute Millionaire . He has appeared on hundreds of programs including Good Morning America and Your World With Neil Cavuto . He has also been featured in such national publications as The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, Barron's, Money magazine, and Reader's Digest.