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“Why occupy Wall Street when you can live on easy street?”

 

Buffalo, NY (BlackNews.com) — Dr. William C. Small and FirstWorld Publishing have released his new book, Money Does Grow on Trees. As Asians are earning nearly $300,000 in annual income per business compared to only $75,000 for African Americans, according to the Bureau of Economic Statistics, the book arrives in time to reveal knowledge about what money really is and how wealth is actually created that appears to be lost on the current generation.

Money Does Grow on Trees raises the questions that seemingly nobody in the Occupy Wall Street Movement has thought to ask: Why do 1% of American families control over 80% of the wealth? What do they know that the 99% don’t? We know that they didn’t put on ski masks and rob people at gun point to forcibly steal the majority of America’s wealth. So how did they manage to get it?

The book reveals secrets the 1% use to amass and maintain their fortune. It shares knowledge that people like Mitt Romney and Warren Buffet as well as Lady Gaga, Tyler Perry, Kim Kardashian and Oprah Winfrey used to become incredibly wealthy and encourages the 99% to use the same strategies.

For more details and/or to purchase the book, visit www.moneydoesgrow.com

ABOUT DR WILLIAM C. SMALL

Dr. William C. Small has 15 years experience as a Financial Planner with AXA, The Equitable, Primerica and A. L. Williams where he was licensed to assist clients in obtaining insurance, stocks, bonds and other financial services. He holds a Ph.D. in Religious Studies and is President/CEO of Beautiful Feet Ministries, Inc. Dr Small has authored many books including: Relationships 911, Strengthening the Family, and Surprising Secrets of the Fortune 500.

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