We as Americans are at a distinct disadvantage when it comes to generational wealth preservation in a family. In parts of the world it is accepted that your families’ wealth and position has given you a distinct advantage in life. A birthright. This should be a source of pride. In America, pulling yourself up by your bootstraps, … Continue reading The Kingdom in my Head
I get the modern American economy, I really do. We were all peasants back in the day and figured out that with our own hard work and the changing industrial/free market/capitalist system, we could climb the ladder and improve our lives. It worked well too. The growth of the American middle class is unprecedented in … Continue reading Viva la Revolution!
May was a SOLID MONTH for our Net worth. We increased our Assets and finished paying off ALL STUDENT LOANS - Balance Zero! Total Assets: $2,021,721 down - $ 15,232 from last month. We used cash to pay off remaining student loans. Accounts receivable, This is a business deal from 2014 Boat & Cars, Depreciating assets, but … Continue reading June Net Worth 2017
There are different ways to be rich. A few are beyond your mere will power, but some are well within the reach of your mindset. I grew up in Western Pennsylvania. Hills and Trees, they feel very natural to me and I miss them. You could search the whole county I live in nowadays and … Continue reading Love The Town You’re With
I have written before about wanting to add rental properties to my portfolio in order to diversify and provide for a new passive income stream. I feel it is inevitable given how close I have come in the past and how much disposable income and accessible credit I have accumulated. However, in what form the … Continue reading 3 Card Monty