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How Do I Treat My Tenants?

How Do I Treat My Tenants?

Sometimes my mind is empty when it comes to my weekly email. And then someone sends something to me that would be a great topic for my audience – here is the answer to this question.

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Cocaine and Credit Cards

Cocaine and Credit Cards

Did you realize that two addictions both start with the letter “c”? Drug dealers give you a little free to try it out. That is how they hook you. Credit issuers do the same thing with credit cards.

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Four Constant Rules of Money

Four Constant Rules of Money

While thinking about what financial rules, things, ideas, or habits are appropriate during a pandemic, it turns out they are the same ones that always make sense.

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Yes, you CAN earn 12%

Yes, you CAN earn 12%

People will say to me, “The bank doesn’t pay 12%.” They ask, “Where can I earn 12% interest on my money?” You never heard me say put that money in the bank. And I never said it was 12% interest. There is a big difference between earnings and interest.

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Do you have too many experts?

Do you have too many experts?

Up to this point I’ve invested about $400,000 in my online education. This is far, far more than I spent/invested to get a college degree. You may have done the same thing to grow your business. However, I recently came to the conclusion…

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The Last Rodeo

The Last Rodeo

I was thinking of the expression for someone with experience: “This isn’t his (or her) first rodeo.” While businesses are suffering, employees are concerned about their finances, and many people are sheltered at home and afraid to touch anything, I thought some reflection might be in order.

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Throughout his career, Rennie Gabriel, has been a Certified Financial Planner (CFP®), Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU) and book publisher with about 80 titles published and in distribution on consumer education in real estate and finance. (http://GabrielBooks.com).

Since 1996 he has taught an extension course at UCLA based on his book, Wealth On Any Income. Locally, he owns and manages several apartment buildings through various corporations and limited partnerships.

His extensive knowledge on real estate and finance is useful to, not only those who own or invest in real estate, but to anyone striving for a better life by trying to achieve Complete Financial Choice™.

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