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Defined Benefits vs Defined Contribution Plans

I really want to get back to this whole point of defined contribution versus a defined benefits plan, and what that can mean for you, because a couple of weeks ago, I mentioned in another video, that I was having a conversation with one of my students, and we were really talking about this whole [...]

By |October 22nd, 2018|cashflow, investment, knowledge, retirement|0 Comments

Active Investing or Passively Losing

You're trying to figure out whether or not you are an active investor or you're passively investing. Well, in this video I'm going to give you a couple things to think about so that you can actually get on track, coming up. Hey there, it's Billy with KeePon CashFlow, helping you to grow your money [...]

By |September 24th, 2018|cashflow, investment, knowledge, reasons, retirement|0 Comments

What does Passive Income Really Mean?

Ah, passive income... The words bring to mind dollar bills drifting gently in through the windows and doors. After all, it’s passive, so that means you don’t have to work for it, right? Not quite. There are ways to earn passive income that takes very little effort on your part, but that is reserved for [...]

By |February 1st, 2018|investment, knowledge, reasons, retirement, steps|0 Comments

3 Great Ways to Pay for Your Multifamily Properties

Ah, multifamily properties... I love getting them under contract! Maybe you do, too. If so, it’s a great way to participate in real estate investing. Once you have your systems in place your profits can be really good. But how do you finance your properties? That’s exactly what I talk to you about in this [...]

By |January 18th, 2018|cashflow, investment, knowledge, reasons, retirement|2 Comments

Why You Want to Invest in Real Estate Long Distance – 3 Tips to Invest in Real Estate Long Distance

Do you live in Europe? Excellent. Me, too! You like the idea of investing in multifamily properties. That’s great; it’s what I do. (But then you know that already!) If you have followed me for a while, you also know I do not invest in properties on my side of the pond. For me, the [...]

By |November 30th, 2017|coaching, investment, reasons, retirement|0 Comments

What’s the Difference between Rents and Returns When Investing in Multifamily Properties?

During my daily conversations, one question keeps coming up... People want to understand how much income they can really earn with rental properties. This is especially true of people who are new to real estate investing. For me, that means investing in multifamily properties. That also means my overall operating expenses are going to be [...]

By |October 5th, 2017|coaching, knowledge, reasons, retirement|0 Comments

How to STOP Chasing the Almighty €/$/¥/£ in Your J.O.B.

This article is meant for corporate soldiers and management professionals like me who work every day in a big company. The difference between me and you is that I no longer depend on making big sales in my corporate job to earn my living, and that’s what I want for you... to be able to [...]

By |September 28th, 2017|Appointment, cashflow, investment, retirement|0 Comments

Want to Live Like a Millionaire? Are You Sure?!

So, you want to be a millionaire? You want to live like one? What would that look like... just lazing around all day doing whatever you feel like doing, spending money like there’s no tomorrow, not having much of a plan? I’m here to tell you that is the wrong way to at millionaires and [...]

By |August 17th, 2017|cashflow, coaching, reasons, retirement, travel|0 Comments

When Is It Okay to Buy Doo-Dads?

Ever heard of a doo-dad? In Robert Kiyosaki’s Cashflow 101 board game (that I dearly love to play) you learn that a doo-dad is something you buy that you do not need. It’s just something you want, like a new TV or the coolest pair of running shoes you keep seeing advertised everywhere. However, on [...]

By |August 11th, 2017|cashflow, coaching, investment, reasons, retirement|0 Comments

What’s So Important about Setting Up for Your “Golden Years”?!

You’ve been seeing a number of articles about retirement topics from me lately. There is a reason... I have watched people enter retirement and not be prepared financially. It is heartbreaking. Further, I have been speaking to a woman I work with about something going on with a loved one in her life. Simply, it [...]

By |July 13th, 2017|coaching, investment, knowledge, reasons, retirement|0 Comments