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  • Starting A Business/Side Hustles
    The ability to work from home is huge. And, it looks like there's a TON of businesses that might be switching to the format full-time. What's one of the best jobs that's easy to get into and worth your time that you've found this year? Anything that might outlive the pandemic?
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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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    I advocate that Buyers smell the homes. Give it a sniff-test, or if considering remotely, have a Realtor do that and then showcase it through video phone call. Pictures do NOT tell the whole story. Pictures and video does not display a mold or smoke smell, or showcase the "aroma" of pet smells. Most pictures are showcased to highlight a property, not it's defects. On a recent tour I did for a rural home. It took me a while to find the driveway, which was a single-car width driveway with 45...
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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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    Definitely @Karan S , agreed, it's especially an interesting time right now for that because people are discovering new interests and talents that they didn't know they had before. It's going to be interesting to see a lot of these big industries adapt to the times and establish permanent work-from-home positions.
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    Can't answer this question with 100% certainty because I am far from retirement and far from having a million dollars, but the strategy I am currently using to hopefully get me there is to max out my Roth IRA (love the idea of not having to pay taxes on it later), contributing only to my 401k the amount that gets me the full employer match (got to get the free money), and then putting the rest of the money that is meant for investing into other accounts where I have more control over my...
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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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    Thank you Landon! I appreciate your advice, and I looked into the state income tax implications for my own state and found no benefits in sight hahahaha, yeah it might be better to just throw whatever I would've contributed into a savings account and collect the 1-2% interest. Also you'd be surprised, from what i can see, and have heard, Med school is more about sustaining an uncommonly high work ethic over a period of decades than it is about being smart.
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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...
  • Starting A Business/Side Hustles
    It looks like many companies are switching to remote work for good and other industries may not return after the pandemic at all. What I want to know is, will working-from-home become the new standard for businesses, will jobs return after the pandemic is over? Or is the job market in the US changing dramatically right before our eyes? What are your thoughts? πŸ€”πŸ€”
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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.
  • Real Estate Investing
    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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    Good luck to you and the wife Elliot. My wife and I are in the planning stages looking to see what we can do to get our first property. It's definitely going to be a rollercoaster of sorts, but hey we figured it would be such a great way to secure a better financial retirement while we have some time.
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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)
  • #SpendingDetox
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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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    Hello All, My family was flipping before flipping was considered flipping so its something I’ve always wanted to do. I’ve heard many mention another housing market crash so I’m using this time to learn and study all I can so hopefully when the market prices go down I can make some good deals. -Michael
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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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    Hi I’m Elexis! I’m from the San Francisco Bay Area. I work at Home Depot and study Construction Management in college. Let’s connect on LinkedIn! LinkedIn.com/in/elexis-m Is anyone else on here from or live in the Bay?
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    I got the audio book about 3 years ago. Chris is not narrating, but the narrator has a similar style of speaking as CV and does a good job. There are a lot of great tools in this book that you can use not only in negotiation but in every day life. It's not dense, but there's a lot in there, I find that I'm constantly referring back to ideas and concepts depending on my needs at the time. It's a great book and worth every penny! I would imagine the hard copy would be as good as the audio...
  • Stock Market Investing
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    Metals like gold, and other 'new-age' stuff like crypto, seem to me like as good as or better than real estate, because you never know when your property will be seized or taxed by the government beyond what's worth it. IIRC he mentioned something about current tax benefits for RE vs. metals, and I haven't seen any of his new videos in months, so maybe something changed.
  • Real Estate Investing
    (btw I am terrible at spelling and punctuation) hey my name is Simon and I am 18 years old, I'm interested in getting into the real estate business . I watched one of the Beards videos about side hustles and found wholesaling and work for equity, haven't gotten a deal yet but I'm close! My goal is to own several diverse rental properties. My question, to get financing for a property would I have to wait till I have more income? or do I need more credit to take out a loan from a private...
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    I recommend people get licensed. In many states, accepting a fee for real estate services requires a license. To me, it is always a good time to get started. For financing questions as a lender.
  • Stock Market Investing
    Hey just want to know if you guys have any good stock that might take off in 2021..right now I have Moderna which is up big I might sell here in a few days but I’m looking for anything to put that money into. Something that’s cheap right now that I can research on that might takeoff!! 5g
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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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    Good morning all I'm Sharma. Nice to be here
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    Good Afternoon, my name is Kassandra so happy to be a part of this community. Currently starting my journey in becoming a better version of myself starting off with education. I am eager to learn and thankful to have like-minded individuals to get a head start with. Happy Wednesday!
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    I found this and wanted to share it with you. Something that should get your juices flowing: [ https://learn.stash.com/the-st...-diversify-by-sector ] [ https://einvestingforbeginners...versification-ashul/ ] After reading you should have a better understanding of which sector you are comfortable with . Good luck and have fun researching and learning. It can be overwhelming at first but the more you learn the easier it gets when you need to balance or re-balance your portfolio. :Nef:
  • Retirement Planning
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    I am. (Well my wife and I) Our short back story: We aren't wealthy by any means. But, my wife and I were having a discussion and ultimately came to the conclusion that we both are on the same page with respect to not working until the US recommended retirement age of [65-67]. We are in the mindset that It doesn't make sense to potentially waste prime years of our lives working in hopes of enjoying retirement without the assurance we will have the necessary [health or wants]. We prefer to...
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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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    Congratulation for your brave and uneasy journey! I like the FIRE movement, and this shared pursuit of good financial behaviors. However, I hope that one day automation and its profits will allow us a universal basic income, so that we won't have to "buy" our freedom as we do nowadays.
  • Retirement Planning
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    Hey all, I am new here. however I have been reviewing and listening to the topics for a while. What I am having difficulty on is this: 401K is pre tax dollars. Any investing money after you get paid is money that has been taxed. Shouldn't the best advice be for retirement planning to max out your 401K contributions before thinking on any other long term investing with after tax dollars? Max out means contribute a full $ amount you are allowed per year, which includes you employer...
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    Hello @Trevor , I was in the same predicament as you mentioned above on this thread. After doing some googling and reading a slight page of Dave Ramseys book, he pretty much mentioned the same thing that @Maykel said. Max out 401K. After that, invest in IRA (I would say ROTH) so when you pull out in the future, its already taxed. I personally am doing this now. Just started it. I would not want to get taxed from only pulling out from 401K. You mentioned real estate, I would recommend this...
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    Hello, I too am also trying to retire early. I also do not want to wait till I am 65 to retire and not have the energy as I do now to get around and travel. I see you have a great list here. However, for me what has worked the best is real estate. This brings in passive income from 3 properties. I have paid one off at the end of last year. Now all profit. Even though I want to buy another one for me to live in, I do not think its a buyers market with the influx in prices. I will wait it out.
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    @Riva951ie that is great. Based on what you've mentioned looks like you are on the right path. Good luck on the house hacking for your next purchase. Seems like a solid plan for your next investment. Can you tell me a little on what type of property you purchased first and how you made the decision to go for it? Any challenges that were not foreseen? (any reply can be concise) I know it can be burdensome at times to type out the answers to some questions. πŸ™‚ :Nef:
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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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    Book are always the best way to get knowledge because creation of any book will take a long time to write and very deep research, so if your book related to the syllabus of any subject than you have to know how to make a Wikipedia page for your book and your self to make your work publish and your life too, so people will know who hard you work to finish this book
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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
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    Find a reputable brokerage that has been in business awhile and review the fees, then go for the one that you like. WeBull or Robinhood will work too. The more important part of the decision is to chose a brokerage company and consistently fund the account. Good Luck.
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    So many are into investing and so many are not. The first thing all of us need to know on this thing we call Earth. IS The HISTORY OF MONEY read up on that first. Then learn about investing and everything else. MONEY controls so must, even how we believe or not believe in God.
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