Having a goal of financial freedom is our ultimate objective. Getting there will require taking several small steps toward releasing us from servitude. So, each year I try to outline what steps will take priority in the year to come.
The past year, I bought my first rental property. … Read the rest
You could die tomorrow, so enjoy your life today…..
You can’t take it with you when you go….
When I talk to family/coworkers about investing, inevitably I get one or both of these responses as to why I shouldn’t worry about saving. … Read the rest
Before I could find my first rental property, I had to figure out what I was looking for. It took me over a year to save up the 20% down payment for the investment. So I had plenty of time to narrow down the type of property that best suited my goals.… Read the rest
I graduated from high school with an average financial IQ compared to my classmates. Unfortunately, my financial IQ was near zero. I knew what debt was, but the ability of even moderate levels of debt to shackle your future was foreign to me. … Read the rest
I am not a financial adviser. I am not someone who retired at 30 years old. Nor am I someone with a seven figure net worth. I am about as close to middle class in America as a person can come. … Read the rest