Tag: tax liens

Spreadsheeting Your Entire Life

I’ve got an addiction. An addiction that needs to be dealt with and some support group needs to be formed. Here is my addiction…I love utilizing spreadsheets! I do! I love them so much that I spreadsheet everything in my life. There. I did it. I admitted it. Step #1 on my way to recovery.  …

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Multiple Income Streams: Five Ways to Make Side Income

As most of our readers know I spend a lot of time focusing on how to save money. Whether it be through reducing your fixed expense, to saving money online, and to saving money by switching your home phone to Ooma. It doesn’t matter. It’s all exciting to this thrifty guy! BOOM! However, there comes …

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How to Invest in Nebraska Tax Liens – Part 2

Earlier this week I wrote part 1 on investing in Nebraska Tax Liens, which addressed more of the how to get started. Today I’m focusing more so on the pitfalls, how to ensure success, and the process of foreclosing on a tax lien. I only learned about these through reading a number of books and …

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How to Invest in Nebraska Tax Liens – Part 1

In February 2008, I first read the book, “Multiple Streams of Income” by Robert G Allen. I was looking at other ways of generating income for my family as we were soon expecting our second child. It talked about an investment vehicle called tax liens, and said that anyone could earn 12-24% interest annually, and that …

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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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