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Is your taxable income too high? Do you dread sending in quarterly and annual payments to the Internal Revenue Service? What if that could be less painful? Comment on YouTube If you send money to the Internal Revenue Service on the regular, you’re missing out on an opportunity?  There is a way to get rich […] Read more

Tax refunds are fun to receive but could they be eating away at your long term wealth building?   Comment on YouTube Do you depend on your tax refund as a forced savings strategy?  You’re too likely to spend that money if it ends up in your bank account. So, you send it to the […] Read more

Comment on YouTube Creating passive income. Exiting the rat race. Going after your big dream.  They are all easier said than done. But the essential ingredients to winning the Cashflow game are simple yet advanced. The simple ingredients are all about what you do with debt, cash, and investment choices. Making smart choices can set […] Read more

Comment on YouTube Could the Boggle-heads be wrong about something? Might Your Money Or Your Life have missed out on a tried-and-true alternative to Treasury Bonds and ETFs? If you’re willing to question 1 thing most of the FIRE Movement believes that was invented in the 1980s to make 1 man rich, then you’re ready […] Read more

how much should I save
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Comment on YouTube #AdultingIsHard Answering the question, “How much should I save?” is one of those adulting questions that people answer all kinds of different ways. It’s also one of those questions where sometimes… er, perhaps most of the time… what’s become conventional financial knowledge isn’t Grandma’s true, time-tested wisdom. Most people take their income […] Read more

real estate investors
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Comment on YouTube Attention Real Estate Investors How’s your relationship with your banker? How do you think your relationship with your banker will be when the next bubble bursts? We heard 1/3 of Americans didn’t pay rent on April 1, 2020. What did that mean for you, their landlord?  What did it mean for the […] Read more

pay off debt or save
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Comment on YouTube It’s a question practically as old as money itself. Should I save for my future or pay off debt? Which should come first? It’s also a controversial question about which people have strong opinions. Plus, some are even changing their minds in the current realities of the pandemic and its economic consequences. […] Read more

early retirement
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 Comment on YouTube Do you want to have to delay your retirement date by 2 years or 10 years because of a stock market crash? That’s way too common a story for Americans, especially right now. If you dream of early retirement – whether that be at 55 or 35 – you owe it […] Read more

Pareto Principle X Profit first = P squared!
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Comment on YouTube Attention entrepreneurs and freelancers who work your tails off with little to nothing to show for it: this video is for you. The reason many entrepreneurs and freelancers are struggling right now is because they didn’t get this wisdom sooner. What if P-Squared is what not only gets you through this crisis […] Read more

building wealth
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Comment On YouTube When it comes to building wealth, what if you’re being told lies about what everybody else is doing with their money? The gurus online say mutual funds, ETFs, 401ks, and Roth IRAs are where to build wealth. Your peers are talking about getting out of debt before they start saving for retirement. […] Read more

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