The Good Financial Cents Show w/ Jeff Rose, CFP®

If someone invades you home - do you kick them out? Do you throw them to the curb?  Or….

Do you give back? 

I recently had technician in for  pest control service.  While here he noticed was in my office/studio and asked me if I was interested in Finance.

He shared his story and I shared my story about how I got where I am today.  Tune in and I’ll share the full story.  Check Brandon out on SoundCloud:

Direct download: 58-Taking_Bold_Action.mp3
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I’m going to be doing something a little different here on the channel.  I am going to be sharing, in detail, my wealth building journey. 

I want to share the steps and processes I used to get where I am today.

I am going to call this series The Wealthy OG.

Tune in and hear all the details of what I call the Wealth Stack - the key components to building wealth.

Direct download: 56-_The_Wealth_Stack_audio.mp3
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Are you tired of your job, your boss, your commute?  If you are ready for a change in your career…you need this option NOW.

I got a change to sit down with someone that I’ve admire for quite some time, someone that has cracked the code of a successful side hustle, Nick Loper.

A side hustle can give you freedom, flexibility, and an additional source of income (or grown into a primary source of income).

Tune in to hear Nick’s journey, success stories, and the key components of scaling a side hustle.

Direct download: 56-_Nick_Loper.mp3
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I spent months preparing for this moment…..the moment where I turned in my resignation at the first and only real job I had as a financial advisor.

That experience has led to so many similar experiences where I was beyond uncomfortable.

Each one of these uncomfortable moments was necessary.  They were necessary for growth and change.

I’m going to share a few of these moments and talk about the changes and personal and professional growth that came about because of these moments of proactive discomfort.

Direct download: Episode_55_-_Wanna_Get_Rich__Proactive_Discomfort_is_What_You_Need.mp3
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If I buy Bitcoin and make money, do I have to pay taxes? Yes, yes you do.

If you are a Cryptocurrency investor, you have to be aware of the tax consequences.

Many think that the IRS either doesn’t care or they are completely unaware of capital gains related to cryptocurrency investing.

In today’s podcast I am going to answer some of the most common questions I get regarding cryptocurrency and taxes.

*This is not tax advice - please consult a tax professional.

It is one of the coolest things in the world…when you find money you didn’t know you had.

When you are doing something you enjoy, something you consider a hobby and then you discover there is a way to make some real money from this hobby—-SCORE!

If you have been paying attention on the YouTube channel, you may have seen that I have been collecting (I like to say investing in) sports cards.

I have been learning about and researching my investments (mostly via eBay).

Tune in while I dive into this strategy for a potential money making opportunity.

Direct download: Episode_53_-_Make_1000_or_more_on_Ebay_Arbitrage_Strategy.mp3
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I can’t believe that this is legal! How much in taxes can we save?

What in the world is going on with Cryptocurrency? Everything seems to be spiking down.

The good news is ….we can save some tax dollars on our cryptocurrency investments.

Tune in and get all the info on the 100% legal tax hack with cryptocurrency investments.

*This is not tax advice - please consult a tax professional.

Direct download: Episode_52_-_Totally_Legal_Cryptocurrency_Tax_Hack.mp3
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So how did my Fundrise (crowdfunding real estate investment) do, compared to other options I could have used to invest my money?

So over a 3-year stretch, how did my investment do? What if I would have invested my money differently?

So $5,000 from 03/18 my average return is 8.1% (net return).

One option that I could have done is buying a real estate ETF. (Looking at you Vanguard).

How does your return compare to what else is out there?

Tune in and we will break it down for you.

Direct download: Episode_51_-_Fundrise_Returns_Part_2_.mp3
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