Once upon a time, a college degree was the golden ticket to career success. However, in this day in age, with student debt on the rise, that’s far from the case. Although college degrees are not provide graduates with the good jobs they were promised, more and more parents continue to encourage, borderline demand, that their children dive head first into the student debt pool. But is it worth it, today? Tune in to find out.
If you haven’t watch Part 1 yet, do so now. In Part 2 of Save & Invest, we discuss the variety of tools for saving and tools for investing. Enjoy!
You’ve been improving your financial situation, and now you have money in your savings? What do you do with it? Tune in to learn about the basic building blocks of investing so you can make the best decisions you can when selecting your investment products of choice.
Want to buy your first real estate deal? Good for you.
I’m not the expert on buying investment property yet, but Grant Cardone is.
Watch this video to learn the four factors you will need to consider to do your 1st deal in real estate:
1.Find a deal— People think it’s easy getting into real estate but it’s not. It takes reading report after report. You have to find a deal and that’s harder than people think.
2.Analyze it—Do you know what to look for in a deal? Do you know the terminology?
3.Finance it— It’s expensive getting a big deal. Buildings with 50 units or more are out of reach for most people. Most can’t get the debt, let alone the down payment for a $30 million-dollar deal. This is probably the biggest problem that scares people away from investing in multi-family
4.Manage it— Every building comes with tenants, termites, and toilets. If you have the money but not the time, if you have a job that you’re making a lot of money with, if you’re the CEO of a company you don’t have the time to work with the tenants, termites, and toilets that come with a property.
To collect dust or collect dollars? That is is the question.
To collect dust means that you’re living life to appease others. You’re making yourself available to others at the expense of achieving your goals. You’re hoping others handle your problems. And you’re not focused on keeping your financial house in order.
To collect dollars means that you’re living life focused on achieving YOUR goals. You’re making your appointment and engagements YOUR priority. You’re handling YOUR problems. You’re making keeping YOUR financial house in order.
Everyday we have a decision to make: move closer to achieving our goals, or move that much further away. If you want to achieve your version of financial freedom, you must get focused on collecting dollars. These dollars represent the capital or seed money that you need to make your first investments to build a strong asset column.
The choices is yours ladies and gentlemen.
Listen in as Grant Cardone breakdowns the pros and CONS of buying a personal residence before you can afford one through your investment income:
If you want to achieve financial freedom, you can only do so by owning assets that pay you. Listen in to learn how to make it happen for yourself so you can create wealth for your loved ones.
You want to achieve your version of financial freedom, right?
You want to be able to be able to having enough money to pay your bills, enjoy the finer things in life and to have assets in place to protection from catastrophic events that may happen to you.
You’re awesome for wanting that, but more than likely, you have a BIG problem.
You’re totally clueless about how to get started on your journey to wealth. But don’t let the fear and confusion stop you. You’re only a few pieces of information away from increase the confidence and insight you need to get off the bench to achieve your version of financial freedom.
If you’re serious about this, you need to watch this Breakfast Club interview with Financial Journalist Stacey Tisdale so you can learn smart ways to invest your money (even if you think you don’t make enough or have enough to get started):
After listening to Stacey’s interview, I realized she had been on The Breakfast Club before, so I went to find that interview and it was just at great as the first one. Enjoy: