Corey Jeffreys turned an $800 investment into $3k in the first year and has been growing his business and adding more automated processes each year.
His entrepreneurial adventure began by exploring the world of real estate investing, when he happened upon a slightly different rental business model: inflatable bounce houses.
Want to know how the new tax laws that came into effect at the beginning of 2018 impact the amount of tax you pay as a side hustler or business owner?
I invited Mr. CPA on fire Josh Bauerle back onto the show again to talk through the most important tax changes and what they mean for you and your business.
Here’s my annual review of my “non-traditional” investments, including peer-to-peer lending, real estate crowdfunding, business lending, and even cryptocurrency.
And of course this is just a snapshot into my experience, not investing advice or a solicitation to invest.
Let’s dive in and see what happened.
Ravinder Deol was a popular guy at a recent Side Hustle Nation meetup in Seattle.
He’s a Certified Bitcoin Professional and everybody wanted to learn more about the red hot cryptocurrency market. Whether you think Bitcoin is a passing fad or a fundamental shift toward a global borderless currency, it was becoming (for me at least) a trend too big to ignore.
Zeona McIntyre is earning $12-18k a month through her portfolio of vacation rental properties and her “co-hosting” service for other property owners.
All this has afforded Zeona financial independence at a very young age, as she built her operation largely by piggybacking on the growing popularity of Airbnb.