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Increasing your salary at work is simple if you are willing to put in the hard work. Making more money at your job is all about working harder than everybody, performing at the next level, and being respectful of everyone you work with. Read this article to learn how I increased my salary by $100,000 in my 20s. 💵

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Increasing your salary at work is simple if you are willing to put in the hard work. Making more money at your job is all about working harder than everybody, performing at the next level, and being respectful of everyone you work with. Read this article to learn how I increased my salary by $100,000 in my 20s. 💵

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Increasing your salary at work is simple if you are willing to put in the hard work. Making more money at your job is all about working harder than everybody, performing at the next level, and being respectful of everyone you work with. Read this article to learn how I increased my salary by $100,000 in my 20s. 💵

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Making extra money from home is easy! In this article, I have listed the best ways to make money at home. Check out this article to find ways to make money online, ways to make money from your phone, things you can sell for extra cash, and many other top side hustles.

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Making extra money from home is easy! In this article, I have listed the best ways to make money at home. Check out this article to find ways to make money online, ways to make money from your phone, things you can sell for extra cash, and many other top side hustles.

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Millennials want to know exactly how to manage their money. In this article, I give them specific financial steps so they can reach their goals. 💯

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In this article I give Millennials a detailed, step-by-step personal financial plan so they can take control of their financial lives. You will learn about student loans, banking, investing, credit, stocks, saving, business, budgeting, insurance, side hustles, 401ks, IRAs, index funds, taxes, and more! 💵

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In this article I give Millennials a detailed, step-by-step personal financial plan so they can take control of their financial lives. You will learn about student loans, banking, investing, credit, stocks, saving, business, budgeting, insurance, side hustles, 401ks, IRAs, index funds, taxes, and more! 💵
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My first deal was a 4-unit using FHA 3.5% down financing. I lived in one unit, and rented out the other three. You only have to live in it for 12 months, and then you can move wherever you want and rent out the unit you used to live in.

I wouldn't have thrown 20% down at a 4-unit (if I'm investing in real estate, I'd rather put my money in the big stuff, not little 4-unit deals), but because it was only 3.5% down to live for free, it was a no-brainer.

And because I only put 3.5% down, I had a decent chunk of money left over (+ cash flow from the tenants) to put into "real" real estate in the form of two private placements (a beachside development deal + a buy, rehab, retenant, refi apartment syndication). Maybe I'll invest with Cardone Acquisitions someday. 💵
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