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    If you plan to use a Realtor, it is a personality fit, so interview a few and don't feel guilty about firing them if it doesn't work out. Find one that you believe will be able to tell you the bad news, and that will allow you to view the homes you want to view versus the ones they want to view. I work with a lot of first-time Buyers and most require more in-depth education than the internet provides. When looking at homes, the amenities you see in the first 10 seconds make everyone feel...
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    Bought my first house about a year ago. The process itself was mostly painless, but houses were selling so fast in the area it was sometimes frustrating and annoying trying to find a good deal that wasn't being snatched up immediately. One thing I have learned since buying the house that I never would've considered beforehand is to look at the composition of the soil in the area. Where I live the soil is mostly clay which can expand and contract a lot depending on how much moisture it is...
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    @Landon Martin It's definitely been tougher due to the rising prices at the grocery store. As to how to return back to normal: We'll have to wait and see what things look like when they actually do return back to normal, but we actually recently published an article on things you can do to pass the time during this pandemic not too long ago (don't worry, there's some options for going out of the house on this list, too). Hope this helps! https://theminoritymindset.com...ys-to-pass-the-time/
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    Sorry to hear there is so much uncertainty for you! I hope everything works out. Things to look out for when selecting a 529 plan are the tax benefits, types of investments, and associated fees. Every State in the US have their own 529 plans and the rules can vary with each State. One of the biggest benefits to the 529 plan is that the money can grow and be used tax-free on the federal level but of course there are some exceptions on the state level. Not all states offer a state income tax...
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    Not sure how to look up taxes or even how to do my taxes yet haha. But I was wondering if there is a reliable website that explains the tax rules within a certain district. (income taxes, property taxes, stock taxes?, sales taxes, etc). Your help would be greatly appreciated!
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    Usually you can find tax information on the website for your city, county, state, etc. by searching for it online and then looking for a website for that location. When searching on the state or federal level you could also look for websites that have a ".gov" address. They will have the most accurate information because they are actually run by the state or federal government. There might be better places to look but for the limited amount of research that I have done on taxes, that is...
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    It can be very intimidating, especially in a seller's market. However, find a good agent that is experienced and they will be able to guide you. Buying your first home should not be done by yourself (I am biased but for very good reasons). There are a lot of mistakes that you can make. Most important is having a good down payment so that your payment is manageable. If your mortgage payment is too high (above 45% of your total income- can vary slightly), then it may be too much of a stretch.
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    Hello & welcome to the Minority Mindset Community! Let’s get to know each other. Leave a comment with your name, where you are from, and something interesting about yourself (did you know I love tennis?) I look forward to meeting you!
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    Hello everyone! My wife and I intend to acquire our first rental property in the near future. Obviously 2020 has made such a venture a bit more tricky due to the unknown nature of what the real estate market will be like in the coming years while we navigate this pandemic. So I figured I would gauge the Minority Mindset community and get some opinions on whether acquiring a rental property for a first time investor is a good idea right now with interest rates so low, or wait and see what the...
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    Hey everyone, Been watching the MM YouTube channel for a few years, loved the clear and concise message. The content really hit home. My parents didn't teach me what really matters with respect to financial freedom and wealth building. I don't blame them because their parents didn't either. So, with that said I am on a mission to help my son be better prepared. Albeit I feel I am a little late to the party. Either way, that won't stop me from living and working on goals for me and my family.
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    My name is Santreessa and I am new to the minority mindset community on this platform. I subscribe to mms newsletters and YouTube channels. I love the content. Keep up the great work. Keep Hustlin- (in my Jaspreet voice)
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    Ameritrade/Thinkorswim is clearly the best most reliable and successful platform. The others either don't have enough tools or simply don't have the reputation worth joining on for. Look at Robinhood whose main investor base is extremely novice and is known for days of server overload and awfull customer service. Seriously the barriers to entry for low-end investing apps arent very much look at the 18-year-old kid who killed himself because of margin trading on robinhood.
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    For this year's Spending Detox challenge, I'm choosing 3 challenges that will help me create a strong foundation for my mindset with money. I chose: #1 - 'No Spending' Zone #2 - Create A Holiday Budget #6 - Give the Gift of Time For number one, I'm locking in, traditionally, the 4 biggest spending days of the year: November 27th - November 30th. This encompasses Black Friday through Cyber Monday, which means I'll have to avoid those pesky sales this year. Why? Because if I can avoid spending...
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    For various reasons, this is the only challenge that fits me. I tend to overspend and I never negotiate the price and/or look for alternatives. This happens especially with: Food delivery apps the labels: "Amazon's Choice" / "Best Seller" When I'm not in a discount supermarket to get groceries I'll do my best 😱 😁
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    Spending during the holidays: Year after year, the holidays slowly shift from joyful winter glee, to a race to see who can spend the most money. Retailers all vying for your attention, with bargain gifts abound, and who can forget a present for your step-mom, cousins, siblings, friends and the pup or kitty. It's no wonder why people feel drained and spent come January 1st! But, what if there was a better way to keep more money in your wallet this holiday season, without losing any of that...
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    Same, that's exactly why I chose this one as well. I really want to condition myself so that spending is a conscious choice, rather than just something that I "do" just because it's the holidays. Keep us updated with how it's going! 😁
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    This is great! I'm usually pretty bad a giving gifts around the holidays, so I definitely understand buying expensive last-minute gifts, although, I usually do it as a way to compensate for being a bad gift giver. Also, the "White Elephant" gift giving is definitely out for my friends and family this year too. Not worth the stress or hit to the bank. Good luck with the challenge, keep us updated with how it goes!
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    This holiday season, I’m choosing Spending Detox Challenges #1 (Declare a “Zero Spending Zone”) and #4. (Buy Prepaid Cards). With Challenge #1, I plan to limit my habit of online shopping for Christmas by picking four days (November 23rd, November 30th, December 4th, and December 5th) in which I won’t spend at all. The real challenge here is to cut out Cyber Monday - I always head in with plans to buy cheap deals for family and friends, only to spend exclusively on myself. This year, I’m...
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    Hi Nathan, I am keeping an eye on the market and would make a move if the numbers/scenario fit, but I'm also being patient. There are still decent properties on the market now but you need to be informed, know your numbers and know what works for you. Be patient, because it is a seller's market and you don't want to be in over your head and spend too much. Best to wait it out and keep your eye out for the right one.
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    Hello everybody my name is Russ from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. I've been watching MM for about a year now and is hands down one of the most clear, unbiased, and honest financial literacy channels on YouTube. Also love the morning business wrap-up emails. I'm assuming you're all on here because you feel the same, so I look forward to meeting and sharing ideas with all of you!
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    I've been following their channel for 3 years, and I'd like to share my interpretation. Jaspreet usually refers to gold and Bitcoin not as an investment, but as an hedge against inflation and market overvaluation . They look at them as indicators moved by the choices made by "big investors", in the light of their interpretations and predictions on our economy. From this perspective, we have gold close to its highest evaluation in history , and this seems to suggest that big investors...
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    UPDATE FOR MY SPENDING DETOX CHALLENGE: Okay, so, I decided to not spend any money from Black Friday through Cyber Monday of this year. I did not realize how tough this would be... There was so many things that I wanted to buy that weekend I almost lost the challenge I think 100 times lol. However, I stuck it out, and didn't spend any unnecessary money on those days and now I have a ton of cash in my bank account to add onto for 2021 or invest next year, while the rest of my friends are...
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    Private lenders, hard money, transactional funding lenders usually don’t care about your credit score as much as they do the deal. If they do ask for a credit report, it’s to look over your credit history to verify your credit worthiness. Also, the interest will be steep, but still a good way to get funding fast.
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    Honored to be amongst those who are intentionally about growing themselves holistically in all phase of their lifestyle. My name is Francis. However, I go by Franchize. I look forward to learning and growing within this community.
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    In addition to generating PI from Stock Dividends look into other sources that can generate PI. Like writing a novel, blogging,/writing reviews or starting a small business. This way you can diversity your sources which can lead to funneling PI your way from multiple sources. Of course one can get PI from (1) source but you would have to invest heavenly in that (1) source and if it doesn't go as planned (since investing has it's peaks and valleys) you will find yourself in a position where...
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    Tithing: A great and much needed investment for sure. Amen! Nowadays with fractional investing when purchasing stock/ETF shares you don't need much. Every little counts and time is another factor that helps with growing your investment. If you don't follow up next year ... God bless your plans and if it is His will your fruits will be given unto you in abundance. Take care and keep moving forward.
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    Hey! I’m Dashanera. Been following this channel for a while now! Love learning about money. Especially personal finance. I also enjoy reading, movies, games, and good food. Hope to keep growing on my journey.
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    Welcome aboard Krysty! Interesting question. I am going to keep track of this one, hope someone with the knowledge you need replies. What type of products are you looking to sell online?
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    I ran across the Minority Mindset videos and really like the message. I'm trying to get more of my family and friends engaged in understanding the right and wrong ways with using money/credit, etc. Thanks for making these videos, the way you convey your message is excellent. I look forward to engaging in the group talk and continuing to learn from others. Never be afraid to ask for help!
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    Hi Blake, This is a scam account that is using a fake account that looks like the Minority Mindset to scam our audience. We have reported the account & many other like this one, so please DO NOT interact or give this account any money/personal details. Instead, please report them and any other accounts like this one that you see on our videos or page. Keep in mind that we will NEVER ask you for money through any app, including WhatsApp. In addition, we have a checkmark next to our name,...
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    Hi everyone, It's been brought to our attention, (a few times now), that there are some scam or bot accounts out there on social media that are trying to scam our audience. These accounts are designed to look like ours and can end up stealing your money and personal information. We want to ensure all of you that we are actively working to report as many of these accounts as we can, but wanted to give you all a few things to watch out for when trying to spot a fake account: 1. Our channel on...
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    Hello @Nathan_Gregory What I did was talk to 2 realtors at the same time (Without them knowing). I wanted to know who was more transparent with me with the whole process. After I found out who was more informative/transparent I chose them. Along with feeling comfortable with them. Also did a lot of googling so I would not get fooled. Or at least try to minimize those possibilities. Also, cant go in blindly into this process. Also, once you are qualified, the realtors will obviously try and...
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    @American.Champion , It is great you are starting early in life. Time will be your best asset. Make a strong effort in educating yourself in real estate, never stop learning. Also become disciplined in the art of savings. Having 'skin' in the game with your hard cash goes a long way to build credibility which will allow more opportunities to be presented. Be great at analyzing deals quickly and as accurate as you can - whether it be a single/multi, a house hack or flipped home. Keep in mind...
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    Great topic question, I will bite: As you go down the rabbit hole of researching the topic of 'Getting Out of Debt' you will surely find that there are a few approaches to consider yet, the conclusion will be that the path chosen is simple to understand but very hard to stick to. My recommended approach to tackling debt while not having enough means (low income) are as follows. 1. Know Your Numbers: You have to know how much money is coming in and how much money is going out. Have a record...
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    World-famous Authors are all on Wikipedia if we have anything to know about them we just need to click on google and type the best writer, we get the result but what about the writer who has written a beautiful book but nobody knows about them it is better to promote your work so you will get the best result, 1st look for custom Wikipedia page creation service , who can help you in the creation of your 1st Wikipedia page
  • Stock Market Investing
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    There are lots of ways to learn which gives you more information as we get in books, but a book like Wikipedia help us much more than a paper book, Some of us look for the service of how make a Wikipedia page for your business ? you know why because we want to promote our business but in a professional way
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    Take a look at investment firms like Edward Jones, they often have unpublished money market accounts that yield better returns. Deposit that 1100 there and earn interest on it for the next few years, then pull it and pay a lump sum against the mortgage. But do check the numbers - if the interest earned does not exceed the compounded reduced principal, you might already be doing the best thing
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    Thanks for the info, I’ll look up some options and do the comparison. I didn’t realize that they could have unadvertised options.
  • Welcome - Start Here & Introduce Yourself
    Hello all, My name is Shawn, I just recently started following Jaspreet and the Minority Mindset. I am new to all of this basically and look forward to learning how to grow my wealth. Long Game FTW!!
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    Let's say you have 2 debts: A $2,000 car loan at 6% and an $11,000 credit card debt at 18%. While continuing to maintain minimum monthly payments on both, it makes mathematical sense to use any extra cash and apply this to the credit card debt since it has the higher interest rate. However, psychologically, it has been found to be easier if you apply any extra cash towards paying down the car loan since the balance is lower and you will see it paid off much sooner than the credit card debt.
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    Hi, I just heard about the unrealized capital gains tax proposal put forth by Senator Wyden. The articles keep talking about how it is going to make rich people pay on long-term investments. What does that mean for the middle class? Wondering what your thoughts are. Thanks, Chasity
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    Congrats on having put aside your 30% down payment. I understand where you are coming from since you are not having luck at the moment in finding a home and with time trickling by you're now finding yourself often thinking about this money burning a hole in your pocket. The thing is, rates are so low right now you would be lucky to get 0.2% in a high-interest bank account, so it is not really worth the effort to open one up. Resist any temptation whatsoever in putting this money in a stock...
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