Cashflow Cookbook Canadian Edition

(3 customer reviews)


Each recipe takes between 10 minutes and a couple of hours to implement and can save between $25 and $900 a month. Yes, each.

Use the savings to pay down debts and grow your wealth! There’s no long-winded story to read; just easy-to-follow steps to get your money working for you. The Book is ideal for:

  • Those who want to attain financial independence,
  • Retirees who are trying to maximize their spending power,
  • Families who are trying to reduce money worries, and more…

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Cashflow Cookbook is an ideal resource for:

  • Those who want to attain financial independence
  • Job hunters who need to stretch out a severance package
  • Teachers to help students learn about financial literacy
  • Couples who spend too much time fighting about money
  • Retirees who are trying to maximize their spending power
  • The newly divorced, struggling to cope with starting over
  • Families who are trying to reduce money worries
  • Entrepreneurs who need to keep expenses lean
  • Graduates paying loans as they enter the working world

Additional information

Weight 14 oz
Dimensions 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.75 in


3 reviews for Cashflow Cookbook Canadian Edition

  1. Geoff Roberts

    It’s a cornucopia of ways of maximizing your dough and not getting burned by unseen fees or paying too much for just about everything you can imagine – even a piano! Each “recipe” for future financial security is introduced with a vignette with very likable characters that act and sound very much like ordinary Canadians.

    This “Cookbook” is a joy to read – but it doesn’t have to be consumed in one sitting. Mr. Stein wisely makes each recipe a lovely amuse bouche.

    By the way, I bought the book. Worth every penny.

  2. Xaviera Sanchez

    All of the recommendations and advice could be applied in most cases, immediately! Easy to understand and apply these principles to my everyday habits that have led me in the road to debt.

    I would recommend this book to anyone that wants to get a grip on their debt, from a newly graduated student, to a seasoned credit card debt holder. This is a fantastic way to get ahead before life takes you on a ride.

  3. Greg Johnston

    I believe life is a game of inches. Daily habits that we make that add up to make us successful.

    Just like Al Pacino said in Any Given Sunday… “because we know when we add up all those inches that’s going to make the difference between winning and losing… between living and dying.”

    Gordon Stein created a book about personal finances and using this inch-by-inch concept to help you save a ton of money.

    I only wish I had this available in my 20s.

    Gord lays it all out on how you can do a number of small things daily to get you to achieving long term wealth.

    Get the book. I think we could all use this.

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