Newest Edition of "Wealth Without Risk" Offers Full Updates, Most Complete Tax List in Country

Top Quote A fifth printing of tax lien specialist Saen Higgins' popular book, Wealth Without Risk, has just become available on, with a full range of valuable updates. This brand new edition has been touted as the most complete book in the world about buying tax lien certificates as a lucrative business. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) August 05, 2011 - Sacramento, CA - This latest edition of Wealth Without Risk includes an updated tax lien property list, featuring property from every county in the nation…at least 3,300 in all. Included in the list are updated addresses, property owner phone numbers, email addresses and much more. The book also provides a section highlighting every type of form required to complete a tax lien certificate transaction, as well as a chapter featuring a Glossary of Terms of every relevant industry term.

    "I'm very pleased with this latest printing of Wealth Without Risk," said author Saen Higgins, a self-made multimillionaire who owns and runs a 67-member team of professionals who teach others how to build a fortune with tax lien certificates. "My intention with this book was to provide a solid foundation that anyone could understand and use in pursuit of this little-known, but potentially lucrative endeavor."

    The book, which is more than 400 pages in length, provides step-by-step information on mastering the tax lien certificate process. This includes conducting research on the properties, buying tax liens and deeds on the Internet and at live auctions, purchasing lien certificates and deeds through a retirement account and much more. A special chapter features in-depth success stories of others, including financial records documenting their transactions.

    County governments rely on property taxes to pay for their local services such as police and fire departments, schools, infrastructures and more, said Higgins. When property owners are delinquent in the payment of their taxes,
    the counties conduct auctions of tax lien certificates on the delinquent properties. These, in effect, verify that the taxes have been paid by the certificate purchaser, who is then reimbursed after a designated period of time by the property owner at interest rates of 16 to 25%, mandated by state law. If the property owner fails to pay back the loan, then the lien certificate holder can claim deed to the property for simply the price of the delinquent taxes already paid.

    "The process of purchasing tax lien certificates goes back several hundred years in American history and thousands of years to the agricultural economies of Greece and Egypt," says Higgins. "Yet few people know about it. Wealth Without Risk opens a window to an extraordinary opportunity."

    Tax lien expert Saen Higgins is a world-renowned lecturer, coach and author on the subject of tax lien certificates and property tax deeds. For more information about his money-making techniques with property tax lien certificates, visit or

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