How to Invest in Agriculture: 5 Ways to Profit Without Farming

How to Invest in Agriculture: Five Easy Ways to Profit ($$$) Without Farming [Editor’s Note: Today’s article in a guest post from Michael Dinich who blogs over at Your Money Geek.  He’s worked in the personal finance industry since 1999, where he helped families plan for retirement, reduce taxes, eliminate unnecessary expenses, and plan their estates.] Take it away Michael… If

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7 Steps – How To Become Financially Independent

How To Become Financially Independent

How To Become Financially Independent (FI) Recently while listening to a podcast, I was reminded about something I’d heard of several years ago when I first started practicing, Parkinson’s Law. It was developed by English writer Cyril Northcote Parkinson and states that, “Work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion.” For instance, if you’ve got a

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6 Things You Didn’t Know About Paying Off Debt

Paying Off Debt

6 Things You Didn’t Know About Paying Off Debt [Editor’s Note: Today’s article is a guest post from Sam is the co-owner of How To FIRE, a blog that discusses financial independence and early retirement. She uses her BS in Finance and MBA to help others get control of their finances through budgeting, saving, investing, side hustles and travel hacking. Due to

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The Ultimate Guide To A Real Estate Syndication Structure

real estate syndication structure

Real Estate Syndication Structure It’s amazing how many doctors and other high-income professional members of our Passive Investors Circle that have never heard of real estate syndications. Actually, until a few short years ago, I hadn’t either. It seems that more and more doctors are in search of building passive income streams and syndications are a great way to help.

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Why Alternative Investments Are Not Just for the Wealthy

alternative investments

We hear a lot these days about alternative investments. Wall Street firms regularly tout their expertise in these investments and try to convince us we need them in our portfolio. In the beginning, alternative investments were only available to what most would consider the wealthy. The SEC set the definition of the wealthy with their accredited investor definition. To be

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