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How to Make $10,000 a Month

The goal to make $10,000 a month in passive income is just a long-shot dream, right?Probably. I don't even know why you're reading this article...Wrong!If you're looking for 5 more generic steps to take

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Financial Mistakes Most People Make as Investors

At one point or another during life, everyone has made some questionable financial decisions. I still remember that amazing $50,000 truck with leather seats, dvd players in the…. ok I digress. The

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The Main Benefits of Being Financially Independent

Being financially independent means different things to different people. To some, it means retiring and traveling the world, relaxing at home, or doing whatever you love. For others, it means having

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Improving Debt to Income Ratio To Buy Real Estate

I’ve saved a ton of money, so I’ll invest it in some real estate. Famous last words. Cash in the bank is important for a down payment, but qualifying for a loan is based almost entirely on

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Work Life Balance

How Real Estate Helps (and hurts!) Your Work/Life Balance

Have you ever planned to do something with friends or family, and it just seems to never happen? It seems that no matter hard we try, we always end up with less free time and more workload than we plan. Imagine

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Vacation

It’s Time To Take a Vacation (if you’re self employed)

I totally get it… every minute you don’t spend on your business is wasted money… …wasted opportunity. Wasted growth. That’s why entrepreneurs tend to work longer, harder,

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Stocks Market Vs Real Estate

Real Estate vs Stocks, Which is Better? – The Answer Will Surprise You

Is real estate a good investment? Some people say it’s the best while others disagree. I clarify the answer.

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5 Overlooked Ways To Boost Your Credit Score

If your credit score is below 760, you may not qualify for the lowest interest rate on a mortgage. This might not seem like a big deal to you, but it actually is. Even if your rate is only a little lower

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Pay Off Your Mortgage or Invest?

Should you pay off your mortgage or use the money to invest? There are a lot of respected people on both sides of the argument, so who’s right?

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Automate Your Business – 18 Ridiculously Awesome Ways to Go on Autopilot

You can’t grow if you keep working “in your business.” These tips will help you work “on your business” so you can focus on growing.

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