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Most people take decades to pay off their mortgage. The monthly payments are a constant expense. And if you can’t pay them? The bank takes your house and puts you on the street. Velocity Banking promises an escape: Use a line of credit as your primary bank account and pay off your mortgage as quickly […] Read more

Budgeting with variable income feels impossible. Budgeting in general feels like a chore. You know you’ll feel better afterwards, but it’s painful to limit yourself in buying the things you love. When you’re on a variable income, it’s easy to tell yourself that budgeting doesn’t work for you. But that’s not true. In this episode, […] Read more

How to make your financial life simple? Bonds, stocks, put options, call options, cryptocurrency, and derivatives… there are thousands of ways to invest your money. Understanding how all of these work is a full-time career. But you’ve probably heard it said, “You likely shouldn’t invest in something you don’t understand.” So, how do you create […] Read more

Going broke is heartbreaking. Everything you’ve worked for evaporates in front of your eyes. You feel as if you wasted all those years. But when you do lose money, you have two choices.  (1) You can restart your failed strategy that failed before. (2) You can learn from your failures and grow your wealth sustainably. […] Read more

Hey, small business owner… Growing your business feels awesome. You have more clients, work with a bigger team and make a bigger impact. But when you work hard to grow your business, you also deserve to get rewarded more. That’s why you need to look at your profits, not your revenue. This week’s guest Jonathan […] Read more

There’s no step-by-step plan to get rich. Even if your career is skyrocketing, you might have to care for a parent, lose your job or have a terrible accident. Things outside of your control can always get in the way. But you can ensure you’ll never be poor with simple financial strategies that keep you […] Read more

Regarding a tax increase, there’s only 1 prediction we’ll make: You’re likely to hear a lot about them in the next 1 to 4 years. Whether you’re making 30,000 or 30,000,000 dollars per year, it always hurts to write the government a check for a portion of your money. And with a worldwide crisis wreaking […] Read more

What role do you want the government to have with your money? Conventional long-term financial planning advice is this: Max out your Roth IRA and 401k, get it matched by your employer and you’re on track for a happy, wealthy retirement. And while many people have used that strategy for their retirement funds, it’s not […] Read more

2020 was a crazy year. We saw a lot of uncertainty, a stock market roller coaster, and many financial disasters. We all hope 2021 will be better – both for our social lives and our finances. Many people have set lofty goals like paying off their mortgage early, finally investing to grow their wealth, or […] Read more

The stock market can be a scary place for your money (especially for the money you plan to retire on). And you don’t have to put your savings into stocks. But are the alternatives any better? Robert Kiyosaki is one of the few financial “gurus” who doesn’t advise you to park your life savings in […] Read more

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