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(October 14, 2019) Create Your Own Pension with Passive Income

This week, Mike reviews General Electric’s announcement to eliminate their pension plan. GE is one of the last companies in America to eliminate the pension. In the 20th century, the pension was the stalwart of the American retirement. Today, all we have is the failed 401(k). Why put your financial future, retirement, and freedom in the hands of greedy corporate executive and government bureaucrats when you can create your own pension plan for much less than you think?

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(October 13, 2019) Interview with Free Workshop Presenter, Chuck Hartman

Chuck is our newest Free Workshop Presenter, which is a position dedicated to introducing people to our map to retirement in five years or less using real estate investment. Learn his story here and get an idea of the various real estate investments he’s made along the way.

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(October 11, 2019) Rehab Checklist for Real Estate Investors

Today, we take a page right out the Lifestyles Unlimited real estate investor playbook to tell you the must do’s of rehabbing rental property.

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(October 11, 2019) The Six Reasons Real Estate Outperforms Other Investments

Are you a current real estate investor with cash to spare? Why would you pursue other investment vehicles when you know that real estate provides superior returns? Del discusses the six reasons why your money will find no better investment vehicle than real estate.

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(October 10, 2019) Single Family Rent Growth

Rents are growing across the nation for single family homes, but if you’re sitting on the sidelines, you’re not growing with them. Today, Al Gordon breaks down this rental market for investors and finishes with a case study of a single family deal.

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(October 10, 2019) Putting Financial Growth into Perspective

Today, Del broaches the topic of personal finances with his listeners. But, instead of only breaking down the do’s and don’ts for personal financial growth, he relates this daunting topic to his hobby of gardening. Here, listeners can expect a relaxing conversation geared towards producing a stress-free perspective about growing one’s wealth.

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(October 09, 2019) What Real Estate Investors Can Learn from Children

There’s one important message new, prospective, and even seasoned real estate investors can take from children. Tune in to find out what that is.

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(October 09, 2019) Syndications Done Right

Chances are you’ve seen promotional videos for real estate syndicators: the flashy cars, the fancy suits, the over-the-top salesmanship. But, you may not realize that these syndicators charge fees, offer lower returns, and are less transparent, which translates to less protection for investors in these syndicators’ deals. Today, Del talks about the road he took to avoid such deals and create a better way. The results? Listen for yourself.

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(October 08, 2019) Tell Del Tuesday “A Way Out of Corporate America’s Trap”

Gourav and Megha were skilled in making high incomes in IT and Management Consulting, so they they’d never considered another way to sustain themselves. Further siloing their thoughts, this atmosphere never produced alternatives to saving up a pile of money to retire. Then, sales staff at Ghourav’s job started showing up with apartments in their investment portfolios and everything changed.

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(October 07, 2019) Help Yourself Financially Before You Help Others

Today, Mike Harrison discusses a seemingly innocuous financial decision, but it’s one that can end in disaster: providing financial aid to others. Follow along as Mike explains multiple real life examples, from personal finance to investing, where financial assistance was given only to later jeopardize the giver.

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