3 Passive Investment Income Ways To Financial Independence

Ultimately, your financial future rests in your ability to create passive streams of investment income. The simplest example is the interest a bank will pay you on a cash deposit. These small, typically single digit sums, depending on what part of the financial cycle we are in, can look small. On a $1000 deposit at 5%, waiting a whole year to make $50 is nothing to throw a party over. However a bank is very safe. There is no such thing as completely safe, if you hand over your money to someone, there will always be some sort of risk, however a bank is a very safe place to put your money and getting it back at the end of the term is not going to be an issue unless there is a major calamity of some sort.

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Corporate Venturing and Investing

Corporate venturing and investing had taken a back seat after the dot com bubble burst in 2000. But now the major players are back again and corporate venturing & investing is resurfacing as a strategy based business.

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Investing In Rental Property – Key Facts To Consider – Part 2 Of 2

This second part of “Investing in Rental Property” is a continuation that highlights the remaining key elements that you should carefully consider before investing in rental property. Whether you’re a new or experienced investor, considering these aspects about rental property can improve the odds that your future investments will ultimately turn out to be successful ones.

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