Tag: multiple streams of income

Passive Income Streams: May 2017 Report

The summer temps are starting to heat up, and so are my passive income streams! May was a great month to start the summer with our AirBnB business picking up! We had every weekend in May booked, which was one of biggest contributing factors to the increased income. Overall, we were able to generate $1,317 …

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Mapping Out Your Income for Multiple Streams of Income

Two years ago I started using this new concept called the two checking account system. The concept was where I diverted a fixed amount of my primary income into a fixed expense checking account and everything else into a variable checking account. The money flow worked pretty flawlessly, and allowed our family to automate all …

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What Has Charlie Been Up To?

So as a lot of you may have noticed, I’ve been spotty over the last couple of months in writing posts, and some of you may be wondering why. Well, I’ve recently started practicing what I’ve been preaching about providing multiple streams of income. BackyardChickenGuide.com – At the first of the year, Aaron, Laurie, and …

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How to Make Money Online

We’re in a time when traditional bricks-and-mortar jobs – especially the kind that pay a living wage and offer full benefits – are becoming increasingly scarce. At the same time, opportunities to make money online are increasing all the time. We may even be in a major shift in the occupational landscape, one of historic proportions. …

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Reducing Risks to Your Family’s Finances

I work in the IT industry as a virtualization engineer, and 90% of my job is about reducing risk, eliminate single points of failure and implementing redundancy. Everyday a number of situations arise in my regular job that make me think of how my requirements can apply to personal finances. Recently, when Cyprus depositors lost …

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How to Create Your Own Pension

Gone are the years of the traditional pensions and 30+ years with one company. Today, people need to be much more reliant on their own means of saving, investing, and planning. It’s definitely a hard task when there is so much data out there, so many “wants” eating at your ability to save, and most …

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