That’s the amount of interest earnings public entities and higher Ed institutions have realized on dollars threeplusone has identified as “low- or non-performing” cash. Bear in mind, that’s from cash that would have likely sat dormant because our clients hadn’t seen its earning potential.

We’re proving, time and again, that “idle” cash should be seen as an asset, able to earn substantial interest income that will make its way back to taxpayers, rate payers, and students. Truly a “win-win.”

$17,316,609 and Counting

It is important to remember that threeplusone is not a bank or Register Investment Advisor (RIA). We perform independent, pure liquidity analyses that capture the marketplace value of all cash—cash that otherwise would go undetected and unutilized. Combine the power of threeplusone’s data analytics with the services of your financial institution(s), and you can see incredible results—even into the millions of dollars.

The team at threeplusone fully expects to help public entities and higher Ed institutions realize over $50 million in new interest earnings in 2019. We’ll be doing that using the very principles that we put to work over 25 years ago, with unwavering success.

Our Market: public entities, higher Ed institutions, and healthcare firms.

Our Vision: threeplusone will be the leader in delivering high-quality liquidity analyses and data to our market.

Our Mission: threeplusone will drive innovation and technology that will generate new sources of income and savings to our market.

Our Passion: threeplusone strives to identify all cash as a revenue-generating asset that otherwise would remain non-performing or under-performing.

As we’ve always seen it, the difference cash can make in the marketplace can have a major impact on communities, organizations, and institutions. The numbers are growing well into the millions, leading our clients to realize substantial gains from a source they never thought possible.

There’s never been a better time to take a fresh look at what cash can mean to your bottom line.