Endless Income Review
I just received an email from a health and fitness guru recommending “Endless Income”.
This is a book that claims to show how to get more social security money, make rent money without becoming a landlord, and get paid for watching TV.
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So, what is “Endless Income”?
It’s a book that has the “secrets of the rich” and shows how to unlock other streams of income.
Now, lets get real about a couple concepts here that are important for anyone wanting to create and build wealth.
First of all, most millionaires have multiple streams of income.
That means that they don’t just have a job that pays well.
Raising income and lowering expenses are both key to saving money.
However, if you have a job, then you are limited to what you can earn and save based on what the company you work for thinks you are worth.
If you are in a sales position that pays commissions, then you have a lot more control over what you earn.
My experience in selling for someone else was that as soon as I started doing well, then the rules would get changed to make me work harder for less money.
The way to win is to create an income somewhere else that doesn’t require much of your time.
This is either by investing money somewhere that will grow and pay you interest or by creating some kind of business that can be mostly automated.
So that leads us into what this book is about.
It is mostly an investment guide and it comes as a free book if you sign up for the Bauman Letter.
The Bauman Letter is named after Ted Bauman.
He is the son of Robert Bauman who was a former member of the House of Representatives and author of some financial books.
Ted is somewhat following in his father’s footsteps and has definitely had experiences and exposure to economics, finance, and world events that would help him become a financial expert in many ways.
The Bauman Letter is published by Banyan Hill who is owned by Agora Financial.
I have reviewed Federal Rent Checks on this site which is another product of theirs.
The Bauman Letter costs $79 per year and comes with the book “Endless Income” as well as some other free gifts.
Is it worth it? and/or Is it a scam?
I don’t really like some of Banyan Hill’s advertising strategies because I feel that they are very manipulative.
However, The Bauman Letter has over 50,000 subscribers.
I think that alone says there is some value there.
If you sign up, you will be getting investment advice.
I feel that there is value in getting good advice on anything that enhances my life.
If you would like to get another source for investment advice and strategy, then the Bauman Letter might be a good fit for you.
That being said, please understand that Ted Bauman is not going to bail you out if you follow his advice and the investments don’t pan out.
Use caution before investing in anything and check out a couple more sources before investing large sums of money.
Don’t get caught up in the hype and wanting to believe that something is going to work to the point off being blind to the downside.
There is always risk involved.
Also, this is not a get rich quick scheme.
Getting a return on investments takes time and is based on how much money and risk is at stake.
Please be smart.
Thank you for reading.