Tagged passive income

Ways to Reduce Risk in 2014

Happy Monday and Merry Christmas to all of our readers! Unto us a Son has been born! Rejoice! What a great way to celebrate a little baby’s birth by honoring Him at Christmas time by spending quality time with family and friends. Gosh…we all have so much to be thankful for in 2013, so be …

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How to Make Money by Self-Publishing a Book – Part 1

As our family works to produce multiple streams of income, one of the ways we’ve chosen to go about that is to publish some books.  We didn’t start out publishing to make money, honestly.  The story goes like this: When our oldest daughter was 11 years old, my husband got laid off from his job …

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4 Reasons to Have Two Checking Accounts

Last year when I talked about about how to stop living paycheck to paycheck – passive income, I started putting into practice one of the key concepts by splitting up my fixed and variable expenses. By doing so I was able to differentiate my re-occurring bills from every other expense. My wife has even said, and …

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How to Make Extra Money as a School Teacher

I am always interested to hear about new ways folks are finding to make extra money online today. Add to that list: teacher lesson plans. I found this story on Huff Post – about a elementary school teacher who found an online community where she could sell her teaching plans to other teachers. The site …

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How to Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck – Passive Income

In 2008 I read Robert G Allen’s “Multiple Streams of Income“, and it laid out a pretty descriptive picture of living paycheck to paycheck. Are you one of those people? Are you struggling just to make the minimum payments on your credit card? Are creditors calling you every day? Have you looked at creating a …

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Retirement planning – options for multiple streams of income

In 2008, I read Robert G. Allen’s book, Multiple Streams of Income, and was introduced to the concept of creating other income streams. For most people their one and only income stream is their full time job. If they lose their job then they lose 100% of the income streams. However, if you have three …

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