Passive Income & Personal Finance
Hint: trading hours for dollars is not a winning long-term strategy
Ready to up your finances’ game?
We aren’t just a “real estate investing website” or a “landlord site.” We’re passionate about helping everyday people build passive income from rental properties, and create their ideal life.
After all, what good are rental properties or extra income if it doesn’t actually result in a better life for you?
So we take personal finance, passive income, and financial independence very, very seriously.
It starts with a commitment to spend less and earn more. To shove a lever in that gap between your spending and your income, and HEAVE HO!
The more of your income goes toward investments, the faster you can accumulate passive income. The faster you accumulate passive income, the sooner you’ll reach financial independence.
If all that sounds loosey-goosey and short on details, well, that’s why we drill down to the details in the articles below.
Reaffirm your commitment to a richer life, buckle up, and start digging in!
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Going to work every day and getting a paycheck every two weeks? That’s active income. Freelance work and side gigs? Those are active income, too. Being self-employed? Still active income. Active income is money that you have to work in order to...
Pause for a moment and consider what makes a good employee. Obedience? Check. Willingness to work long hours creating wealth for someone else? Check. Accepting a job and income controlled by others? Check. Now think about what makes a good entrepreneur....
By any standard, college has become outrageously expensive. Last year, the average cost for a single year of schooling was $14,210 for in-state public universities, and a gargantuan $26,100 for private colleges. One year! Imagine multiplying that by four (or...
(Guest article by Michelle Cornish, CPA) Are you on track for retirement? Most North Americans aren’t. I spent sixteen years working in public accounting where I helped people with their taxes and retirement planning. Over and over, I found that people fear...
What has a greater impact on your wealth, your savings rate or the returns you earn on your investments? A recent analysis by Pension Partners offers some decisive proof that savings rate trumps ROI, demonstrating that discipline matters more than clever...
Singlemomhood, is that even a word? If not, perhaps it should be. I mean parenthood is a word! Recently, just for “gits and shiggles” as they say, I posted on Facebook: “I remember being a single mom back in the day! It’s hard! Hey single parents: what do you think is...