Invest To Create Another Income

Why invest to create another income? why not live on just one income

  1. You may be doing well at the moment in your job or business, but what if that income stops or reduces significantly for any reason?
  2. Would you want to compromise on your current lifestyle?
  3. Investing gives you peace of mind, especially if the income generated through it is equal or more than your current lifestyle expenses.
How much is your second income as a percentage of your primary income?

If your second income takes care of your lifestyle expenses, your are wealthy forever, because your money will never run out even if you stop working.

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Step 6 – invest to create another income and for peace of mind

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