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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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    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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    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.
  • 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? 🤔🤔
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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)
  • Stock Market Investing
    Hi everyone, i tried looking for a specific section for crypto but couldn’t find any so I figure this Forum would be the closest thing. I’m in the middle of setting up my coinbase account and I had a question with regards to funding the account: what is difference between using my debit and credit card account to fund? Is there a specific fee for each one? Which one would you recommend? FYI - I am based out of Canada! Regards, Jay
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    I never have cash, I buy almost everything online, and even with bank accounts for specific purposes, I blow my budget by transferring funds. Using gift cards, I'm hoping, will force me to use only the amount I've budgeted for groceries, for instance. A second card for eating out, which is where I go wrong most often, will hold me accountable for that. Then investing $1 for every $5 I spend will help me get into the habit of investing more regularly.
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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 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?
  • 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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    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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    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,...
  • 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 @RP I had the same thought process, but I took the other route of just paying off the home. I thought this would best fit my case to produce more ROI to buy another home and have a lower debt to income ratio. Also, this would open more doors for me to cash in on the full amount of $$ from this rental. Also, to not end up paying triple for the house after the 30 year. You can also do what @Nathan_Gregory mentioned and refi to lower interest, BUT still pay the full price that you were...
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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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    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.
  • Debt Management
    So we started getting financially savvy and paid off our truck and Credit card. Now I work in the oilfield and it's become an unsteady place recently. we started saving again but have other debts that we still want to pay off. We have a car loan which is around 39k at 5.71% and a loan of 10k at 0%. with the tax return we were thinking of putting a year worth of payments for the 10k loan in a separate account, and start attacking the car note to hopefully have it paid off by the end of the...
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    Hi MM community, When would you consider it appropriate to (1) hire a financial advisor with a yearly fee of 1% of portfolio assets, versus (2) a Robo Advisor having a 0.4-0.5% yearly fee, versus (3) investing in ETFs on your own using an app that automatically rebalances your ETF portfolio? Your opinions are welcome. KL
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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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    Thank you so much for your help. I was looking at distressed properties in which I would be paying cash. I thought the money I had was enough but I see that there really is no way for poor people to get ahead. I have some stocks but I wanted to give my money an actual chance to grow for my children. A rental would give my children "passive" income and pass on to any potential grandchildren. My rent is 4 figures and is actually inexpensive for where I live. I tried to buy a home years ago...
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    Joede, Never give up. There is no question that the best way to get rich is to have a rich parent who can give you a leg up. But if you have the desire, and the will, you can improve your situation. I think Minority Mindset really captures a lot of it. A lot of people overspend, and Jaspreet spends a lot of his effort trying to convince them not to. But it's hard. I personally am an overeater, but eating and spending are similar in the sense that you can't go cold turkey -- you have to eat,...
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    Thanks for the thorough evaluation with some numbers to support it. You offered a lot of info which I appreciate. I think the interest over the next 30 years compared to the tax liability for this one year makes it clear. I have decided to sell off shares each month to pay off the mortgage by year's end. I am also setting aside a portion of the proceeds for taxes due next year. This will be a huge milestone for me and increase my monthly cash flow in order to start new investments. Thanks...
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    For certain high-net-worth individuals, life insurance is a way to pass on more millions to decendants without paying taxes. But financially insurance as an investment is reliably a good deal for your insurance agent, for you, not. Term life is a bet that you will die. If you "win" your family gets the money so they can survive without you. The other kind of life insurance which amasses value is a poor investment. It is better to buy term life while your family needs your income, and once...
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    Hello all! I feel that I am finally near a point in my life where things are pretty comfortable and I am glad to find resources like this community to help inspire me to stay on track and make it the rest of the way there. Growing up my parents never had much but they had their own business and I think as a result I always had a strong work ethic and never really developed a taste for fancy. My mindset was that I could advance myself by working really hard (at one point holding 3 jobs) but...
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    I think some will return to as they were but not all. It will vary by the demands of a given profession, individual work habits, and company culture. In my profession we found that not only could we work effectively remotely but our team was actually more efficient so my employer has already told us they plan on cutting back office space and keeping us remote. That leaves me wanting to do more to make my home office a better work environment. However there are no longer any tax breaks I am...
  • Retirement Planning
    I have a question. I have a Roth401 that i contribute 15% every week to from work that is taken out after taxes. I am also Investing 15% out of my net pay every week. I guess my question is, should I roll my Roth over from Merrrill into M1 Finance and keep everything together, or leave it as is? Thank you for any help that can be provided.
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    Hello @Lonney I feel that as long as you have come to that realization, you can for sure start anytime. It is never too late. I mean, if you do not start now, you will regret it even more when you cannot physically work anymore. I know they recommend the old you get, to be more conservative in your risk tolerance. Ultimately, that is your choice on the risk. Like the saying goes, High risk, high reward. Low risk, low reward. I say you go for it. 401k, index funds, ROTH, and self education to...
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    Riva!!! OMG! Person! NO NO NO you are in time to gather money from your work I am sure. I have seen some vehicles and tools. I know Minority Mindset (MM) has several suggestions that can help. I also have some suggestions. Do you have 401K, ROTH.... depending on how much you have there are vehicles you can use to move them to a non table status and have them grow. Have you spoken to someone you can trust that is well versed in Financial Advising? You can actually seek someone you feel...
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    Thank you Maria, I am starting pretty late. Like most people I was not taught about money growing up. So I'm still learning a lot right now, I have had my 401 for a few years now and it is doing well but I have recently started investing in other avenues and wasn't sure if I should keep everything together or leave them in different accounts. Im just not trying to work till I'm 70, I have things to do. Haha.
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    If you refinance the home to be a rental, would the payment be low enough to provide a net monthly profit (after also accounting for taxes, maintenance and property management)? If so, my personal choice would probably be to keep and rent it, if not the decision would be tougher but I might still consider it depending on the situation, there is after all nothing better than having someone else build up your equity for you. If you do decide to keep it, work with a reputable property...
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