The Compounding Crossover Point

In one of my favorite books titled, “Your Money or Your Life“, I learned about the “Crossover Point.” Joe Dominquez defined the “crossover point” as: The point in time in which your monthly income from investments surpasses your monthly expenses. The crossover point is life changing, because you can now choose to use your time…

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“I’m Not Rich, But I Live Like a Millionaire”

This past week I attended a full day of volleyball tournaments for my daughter’s team. These tend to be pretty long days and we end up becoming good friends with the other parents. At one point, I was talking to a few of the other Dads about yard work and happened to catch myself saying,…

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Lazy Money?

When we hear the word “lazy,” we automatically think of unproductive people. Well, I think money can also be lazy, too. Lazy money is unproductive money. Unproductive money is money you have invested that is earning below average returns for you. It’s kind of like having an employee that doesn’t do their job. They just…

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Billion Dollars an Hour!

Joe Rogan recently interviewed Duncan Trussell for this postcast: Fast forward to 18:30 and listen for just 2 minutes.  Duncan Trussell said… “Maybe it isn’t the best thing to sell your life energy for the majority of your life to somebody to make way less money than you deserve. You’re selling the life energy of…

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Compounding in Action <-- Update on The Best Way to Pay for College

(This sketch is by Joe Mercadante) Around this time last year, I wrote an article highlighting ideas for paying for your child’s college education. One of the best strategies to pay for college is to actually use rental real estate. This will be an update including the steps we’ve used ourselves. 1. When our daughters…

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