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Why Return OF Your Investment is More Important Than Return ON Your Investment with Steve Libman
Episode #
244
29 minutes

Why Return OF Your Investment is More Important Than Return ON Your Investment with Steve Libman

How do you choose investment opportunities? What do you look for when entering into an investment deal? There are many things to consider when investing, one of which is making sure that you invest in something you understand and are passionate about. Today's episode brings back Steve Libman, a managing partner of Integrity Holdings Group, host of the Free From Wall Street podcast, and a member of the Forbes NY business council. Steve first appeared on the show back in July 2019 to talk about investing in self-storage facilities. Now, he will share how he shifted his focus to a different asset class as he learned more about his Investor DNA. So tune in and learn how to find the right investment opportunity that will give you the best chance of success. --- Listen to Steve's previous episode: Episode 95: How to Become Recession-Resistant by Investing in Self-Storage Real Estate w/Steven Libman: https://www.wealthwithoutwallstreet.com/podcast/how-to-invest-in-the-self-storage-real-estate-space-w-steven-libman

Three critical factors to consider when managing other people's money

Things to look out for when evaluating investment opportunities

How to do a SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Threats, Opportunities) analysis

Steve

Steve Libman is a managing partner of Integrity Holdings Group, a real estate investment company involved in sourcing and executing value-add commercial opportunities. Integrity Holdings Group and its numerous partnerships connect and deploy capital into fixed, steady, asset-secured returns that create predictable cash flow. Integrity Holdings Group and its partners currently own and operate over 2k units valued at 150MM in assets. Steve is also the host of the Free From Wall Street podcast and a member of the Forbes NY business council.

Round Table | What 4 Things Are Required To Build Passive Income?
Episode #
243
42 minutes

Round Table | What 4 Things Are Required To Build Passive Income?

If you're currently earning an active income but have dreams of a more comfortable and happier life, you may benefit from building a passive income. But how do you start? What are the things required to build passive income? Is it money? After all, it takes money to make money. How about time, education, experience, or opportunity? Get the answers in today's round table with the Financial Freedom Coaches and gain creative ideas to start building passive income from these experts who have successfully done it over the years.

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How I Bought My First Cabin in the Mountains Using IBC with Matthew Hammond
Episode #
242
45 minutes

How I Bought My First Cabin in the Mountains Using IBC with Matthew Hammond

Pandemic, one of the words that defined 2020 and has changed our lives in different ways. It has led to surprising discoveries and realizations for many of us, just like what happened with today's guest, an Inner Circle member, Matthew Hammond. Because his paycheck was made up of mostly sales commissions, he had to think of a backup plan when the pandemic hit. Matthew learned about IBC when a friend introduced him to the Wealth Without Wall Street podcast and asked him to read Becoming Your Own Banker. He then joined the community, watched IBC 101 videos with his wife, and listened to more podcast episodes until he heard Episode 138: How to create the value that you want to be paid for through short-term rental W/ Avery Carl. That episode sparked his interest in short-term rentals. Buckle up and listen to the rest of Matthew's story in today's episode.

Always invest in yourself

Planning financial goals is better as a couple

Being in the right community helps you grow

Matthew

Matthew Hammond is a high-level executive with transactional experience across a broad range of sectors, including industrial manufacturing. He is a Wealth Without Wall Street Community member and is currently building his STR portfolio, starting off with a cabin in the mountains. With his positive outlook in life, support from his loving wife and 15-year old son, and guidance from the community, there's no doubt he will achieve financial freedom sooner than he imagined.

Round Table | Why Can I Not Put More Money into My Infinite Banking System?
Episode #
241
37 minutes

Round Table | Why Can I Not Put More Money into My Infinite Banking System?

Do you remember having a piggy bank when you were a kid? You would get excited as the money accumulated until you could no longer stuff more cash inside. The amount of money you could store in it was limited to how big your piggy bank was. So you’d have to buy another piggy bank. That’s basically the way life insurance works. The type of policy you have will determine the way your cash value accumulates over time. There are specific policies that allow you to put extra money into the system to increase your cash value. But keep in mind that there are limits to the amount of cash value you can accumulate in relation to your death benefit. For example, if you overfund your system, it might be deemed an investment, losing its tax advantages. Today’s conversation is a must-listen if you’re serious about leveraging your Infinite Banking System to achieve financial freedom.

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How to Build a 7-Figure STR Business in 12 Months with Clint Lovette
Episode #
240
48 minutes

How to Build a 7-Figure STR Business in 12 Months with Clint Lovette

Over the last few months Russ and Joey have shared their Monthly Passive Income reports, and we’ve seen that their short-term rental business contributes a large chunk to their income. Today they interview Clint Lovette, a professional remodeler who operates their STR business. Compared to other sectors of the travel and hospitality industry, the short-term rental (STR) market has prospered in the middle of the pandemic. The demand for small city and rural destinations multiplied in 2020 and 2021. People are choosing to stay in short-term rental homes instead of hotels. People are not returning to traditional offices, and many companies will allow people to work remotely for an extended period. With the growing trend of flexible working, we can expect massive growth for the STR industry. So, it's a good time to invest in this business. If you'd like to get the roadmap to building a 7-figure STR, tune in to this episode and check out the link below.

Why short-term rental is an excellent investment opportunity

Challenges and wins when running your STR business

STR outlook for the coming years

Clint

Clint Lovette is a professional remodeler who takes remodeling to the next level. Since getting into the remodeling business nearly 15 years ago, Lovette has continually refined his business strategy around his clients’ needs: meeting expectations and maintaining transparent communication. Doing so has helped his business thrive. --- Get in touch with Clint inside the STR Student Group: wealthwithoutwallstreet.com/str

Round Table | Where Does Disability Insurance Fall into the Financial Freedom Formula?
Episode #
239
46 minutes

Round Table | Where Does Disability Insurance Fall into the Financial Freedom Formula?

What happens when your income stops but your expenses don’t? If you are relying solely on your paycheck, that can be a scary scenario. When you get sick or injured and cannot work, you don't want to worry about how you'll pay your bills. Your Disability Insurance can help replace a portion of your paycheck, but will that be enough to sustain you and your family? Being unable to work doesn't have to hurt your finances. But that’s only the case if you have passive income streams or you have achieved financial freedom. Tune in to today’s conversation to learn more about the role of disability insurance in the financial freedom equation. You’ll also hear the coaches share what gets them off track and what they do when that happens.

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Building a Legacy of Wealth Using IBC with David Karcher
Episode #
238
34 minutes

Building a Legacy of Wealth Using IBC with David Karcher

What legacy are you leaving for the next generation? How would you like to be remembered? As parents, you definitely want to ensure that your children have a successful future and live a great life. David Karcher has the same goal, and he will share how he's building his legacy of wealth using the Infinite Banking System in today's episode. David is no stranger to the world of finance, having worked in a traditional bank and being an expert in Reverse Mortgages. Learning about the Infinite Banking System opened more doors for him to create passive income streams. His story proves that the journey to financial freedom is possible for anyone willing to take action.

How to use the Infinite Banking System to teach your family about making sound financial decisions and building generational wealth

How to make your money work for you, so you don't have to trade your time for money

Reduce your financial stress by making sure you always have access to cash

David

David Karcher is an expert in Reverse Mortgages and well-versed in the world of finance. He heard about the concept of Becoming Your Own Banker from Nelson Nash a long time ago, but he only learned how to use it for the last three years while working closely with Russ and Joey inside the WWWS Community. Since then, he is continuously on the lookout for more opportunities to build wealth for his family. --- If you're ready to take action, hop on a free 15-minute call with one of our coaches to discuss how our proven, 3-step path to financial freedom might be the perfect fit for you: https://www.wealthwithoutwallstreet.com/freecall

Round Table | Rich Dad Poor Dad For Teens Part Three
Episode #
237
45 mintues

Round Table | Rich Dad Poor Dad For Teens Part Three

“The people you spend your time with are your future.” That’s one of the takeaways from Robert Kiyosaki’s book. Today Russ and Joey have their teen daughters back on the show to conclude the review of Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens. Part 3 is all about “Creating Your Own Cash Flow,” which includes money-making opportunities for teens, managing assets using piggy banks, good and bad debts, and having a financial head start. Overall, the book provides valuable financial lessons for young people, which will be very useful as they graduate from college, and go out into the real world. So stay tuned to hear lessons straight from these four girls who are lucky to have parents determined to give them a strong financial foundation and help them think bigger at a young age.

About the Teens: Alexandria (Xan) Morgan, 15, and Cate Morgan, 13, are the daughters of Russ Morgan, an Authorized Infinite Banking Practitioner in Vestavia Hills, Alabama. Annie Mure, 15, and Lily Kate Mure, 13, are the daughters of Joey Mure, Chief Financial Coach and an Authorized Infinite Banking Practitioner in Birmingham, Alabama. These teens are fortunate to have parents who teach them financial literacy at a young age giving them better chances of success in life. If you want to catch up on Part One and Part Two, check the episodes below: Episode 185: Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens Part Two - https://www.wealthwithoutwallstreet.com/podcast/rich-dad-poor-dad-for-teens-part-two Episode 166: Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens Part One - https://www.wealthwithoutwallstreet.com/podcast/rich-dad-poor-dad-for-teens

Our Passive Income Report - July 2021
Episode #
236
37 minutes

Our Passive Income Report - July 2021

It's that time again, Russ and Joey are going to share their passive income report and give us an update on what's been happening with their business ventures. The aim, of course, is to remind everyone that financial freedom is a destination that we can reach way before retirement. An adjustment in last month's report resulted in a higher net profit of $49,385.25 vs. the original $43,526.42. That's almost a $6,000 positive adjustment! And July’s numbers are also something to be proud of. Short-term real estate investments still bring in the highest income at 49.6% of the total. Tune in for the full report, plus insights on what's working well, what can be improved, and how you can accelerate your journey to financial freedom.

July 2021 Income At-A-Glance: Gross Income for July: $126,562.94 Total Expenses for July: $60,796.13 Total Net Profit for July: $65,766.81 Difference b/t July & June: $16,381.56 % of net profit to overall gross revenue: 52%

Round Table | Tax Deductible Expenses and Financial Conversations with Your Kids
Episode #
235
37 minutes

Round Table | Tax Deductible Expenses and Financial Conversations with Your Kids

How many of us like to talk about taxes? Like it or not, paying taxes is a responsibility that every entrepreneur must tackle if they wish to live peacefully without the dreaded knock from the IRS. But did you know that there are legitimate ways to lower your tax liability? By identifying your expenses correctly, knowing your tax code, and keeping detailed accounts, you can find perfectly acceptable ways to keep your taxes low. Saving on taxes means more money left for you. And while you're doing your taxes and making financial decisions, why not involve your kids in the conversation? Just make sure to explain things in a way that they can understand. If you want to learn more creative ways to save on taxes legally without being labeled as a tax evader, tune in to this conversation today.

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Being An Employee, But On My Own Terms with Josh Messmer
Episode #
234
39 minutes

Being An Employee, But On My Own Terms with Josh Messmer

Have you ever heard the saying “Be a goat, not a sheep”? Today's guest uses this analogy to describe himself. Coming from an engineering background, Josh Messmer turned to real estate investing to pursue passive income opportunities. He also works as a county administrator and does not mind being an employee, as long as he has the freedom to engage in other worthy passions. Josh learned about IBC and financial freedom inside the WWWS community. He takes his financial education seriously. He has read Robert Kiyosaki’s book and Nelson Nash’s Becoming Your Own Banker. He quickly grew his real estate venture from his first deal, combining IBC and seller financing to purchase properties. His story will inspire you that the journey to financial freedom is possible for anyone willing to learn and take that first step.

Having the right mindset is crucial to your success

Debt can be a tool to purchase assets that produce cash flow

Choosing the right business partner and mentor gives you more courage to pursue your dreams

Josh

Josh Messmer turned to real estate investing to pursue passive income opportunities. Starting with his first deal, he quickly grew his assets within five years. He also works as a county administrator and does not mind being an employee, as long as he has the freedom to engage in other worthy passions. Josh learned about IBC and financial freedom inside the WWWS community. He takes his financial education seriously and has read Robert Kiyosaki’s book and Nelson Nash’s Becoming Your Own Banker.

Round Table | Can I Project When I Will Become Financially Free?
Episode #
233
30 minutes

Round Table | Can I Project When I Will Become Financially Free?

What does it mean to be financially free? A simple definition is that you have achieved financial freedom when your income is higher than your expenses. In reality, financial freedom means something different to everyone. The answer to this question will depend on several variables, such as your personal circumstances, your relationship with money, and how you view wealth. So the next question is, can you project when you will become financially free? Today’s conversation will take you through this journey. For more information, check out the insights and resources mentioned below.

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How to Build Your Real Estate Business Using Other People's Money with Matt Faircloth
Episode #
232
40 minutes

How to Build Your Real Estate Business Using Other People's Money with Matt Faircloth

How can you quit your day job to pursue your passion? Walking away from your job is like breaking up with a partner. Some people even refer to it as firing your boss. You can either feel terrible about it or really excited to be moving on. If you're in this situation, there's a lot you can learn from today's episode with Matt Faircloth. Matt is the Founder and CEO of DeRosa Group and author of Raising Private Capital: Build your Real Estate Empire with Other People's Money, an Amazon Best Seller. His expertise is in raising capital to fund real estate investments. Tune in as Matt shares three different ways you can let go of your job and become a successful entrepreneur. This could be the sign you've been waiting for.

There's never a perfect time to walk away from your day job, but you do have to know how much money you need for your daily expenses

You can't prepare for everything that could go wrong -- you just have to learn as you go

A simple idea to raise capital for your real estate business (or any business you plan to pursue)

Matt

Matt Faircloth is the Founder and CEO of DeRosa Group. This company offers several ways to help new and existing real estate investors learn, grow, and expand their knowledge and experience. Matt has been a full-time investor for 16 years and has now completed over $40,000,000 in real estate transactions and controls over 800 units in multi-family. He is a regular contributor and podcast guest on Bigger Pockets.com, has an active YouTube Channel dedicated to educating investors, and is the author of the Amazon Best Seller, Raising Private Capital: Build your Real Estate Empire with Other People's Money.

Round Table | How to Talk with Your CPA About IBC
Episode #
231
35 minutes

Round Table | How to Talk with Your CPA About IBC

If you've been listening to this podcast, you should know by now that IBC is not just a concept but a cash flow system. It’s one of the best money management tools, once you learn how to use it. But, unfortunately, most people look only at the features of the product, without considering the ways to use it to its full potential. If you're someone who has been enjoying the benefits of IBC, is your CPA aware of it? In today's round table, our coaches will share personal insights on how you should talk to your CPA about IBC or if you should talk about it at all. Tune in to see where this conversation will take us and learn how to get your CPA onboard.

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What You Need to Know About Mobile Home Investing with Kevin Bupp
Episode #
230
42 minutes

What You Need to Know About Mobile Home Investing with Kevin Bupp

When was the last time you took a trip that changed the direction of your life? Today's guest, Kevin Bupp, host of The Real Estate Investing for Cash Flow Podcast and the Mobile Home Park Podcast, has an exciting story to share. Kevin was a 19-year old bartender when he met a man who took him on a 3-day trip and showed him the path to making money via real estate. That man became his mentor and good friend. Today, Kevin leads the strategic vision of Sunrise Capital Investors (SCI). As host of two top-ranked real estate investing podcasts, his real estate investment advice has been downloaded millions of times by listeners in over 190 countries. While he has gained expertise in the different types of real estate investing, he now focuses on mobile home park investments. And he shares why in today's episode. So tune in to learn more about his journey from tending bars to making millions of dollars with real estate.

Having a great mentor early in life will steer you in the right direction

Passion is a critical factor in becoming successful

Why investing in mobile homes is an excellent wealth-building strategy

Kevin

Kevin started his entrepreneurial journey when he was 12, later moving on to a far more profitable endeavor: buying, selling, and installing automobile electronics out of his parent’s garage at the age of 14. Today he leads the strategic vision of Sunrise Capital Investors (SCI) and hosts two top-ranked real estate investing podcasts. His real estate investment advice has been downloaded millions of times by folks in over 190 countries. With over $150 million of real estate transactions under his belt, Kevin’s extensive investment experience spans the gamut of apartment buildings, single-family homes, office buildings, parking facilities, raw land, condos, and mobile home parks. Listen to Kevin's Top-Rated Podcast: https://www.kevinbupp.com/podcast/

Round Table | How to Think About IBC – as a Person Over 55
Episode #
229
41 minutes

Round Table | How to Think About IBC – as a Person Over 55

Do you find yourself wondering if it's too late for you to start using the infinite banking concept? Unless you no longer need to spend money, you’re never too old to start. IBC is one of the best cash flow management tools and helps you to have more control over your funds. But wait, isn't the cost of whole life insurance for an older person so expensive that thinking about IBC at this point would not be practical? How do you think Nelson Nash, the author of Becoming Your Own Banker, answered the same question? Am I too old to start this? Nelson was 52 years old when he discovered this concept, while buried in debt and looking for a solution to solve his problem. Today's round table will explore the different perspectives and answers to that question and why it isn’t a bad thing to consider IBC when you're over 55.

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Our Passive Income Report - June 2021
Episode #
228
31 minutes

Our Passive Income Report - June 2021

What kind of investor are you? Where do you usually put your money? When you invest, you expect your money to grow. However, things don't always go the way we hope. Higher expenses and a few wrong turns can bring your profit down. What most people see are the results. But a lot of things can happen behind the scenes in an investor’s life, especially someone with diverse investments. That's what Russ and Joey have been sharing each month since making their Passive Income Report open to the public. Take a peek at the June Passive Income Report to get a glimpse of what goes on with each of their investments and see if there are some ideas you might like to explore. You can also check the resources below.

June 2021 Income At-A-Glance: Gross Income for June: $100,089.77 Total Expenses for June: $56,563.35 Total Net Profit for June: $43,526.42 Difference b/t June & May: -$12,703.07 % of net profit to overall gross revenue: 43%

Round Table | How to Think About IBC – as a Single, Young Adult
Episode #
227
38 minutes

Round Table | How to Think About IBC – as a Single, Young Adult

Who do you turn to for financial advice? Financial education is important at any age, and parents should start discussing money matters with their kids at home. However, that seldom happens. So young adults usually have a hard time making financial decisions when adjusting to life in the “real world.” In your 20s, you’re probably not earning a lot of money, living on your own, and paying bills and student loans. Saving money might not be your priority at this time. Ten years later, you might be starting to raise a family, considering buying a home, or already paying a mortgage. How you manage your money significantly differs with each stage in your life. Like most working people, are you looking forward to that day when you can enjoy your retirement? But wouldn't you rather enjoy life right now instead of waiting until you reach old age? Tune in to this episode and discover a way to stop trading time for money.

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Design the Life of Your Dreams with Steve Cavanaugh
Episode #
226
39 minutes

Design the Life of Your Dreams with Steve Cavanaugh

How do you measure success? Many people pursue financial wealth, thinking that it will reward them with everything they desire. But money is not always the answer. What we should aim for is to become more than just a success by the world's standards. "More than a millionaire, what we really want is to become a Lifeonaire." Today’s guest is someone who lives life on vacation while operating his Maryland businesses remotely from Palm Beach, FL. Tune in to hear the story of Steve Cavanaugh, a real estate investor who has sold over 80 Million Dollars’ worth of property. Together with Alex Pardo, Steve co-founded a mastermind and coaching group called Ascend.

It is possible to design the life you want to live

Living a fulfilling life means helping others and nurturing relationships

Having a vision is crucial for living your dream lifestyle

Steve

Steve Cavanaugh has been investing in real estate since 2003. He owns Southern Maryland Home Buyers Inc. He successfully ran a mentoring program and investment consulting business through which he and his student partners sold more than $80MM+ in real estate projects over the past 15 years. His students enjoyed a near 100% success rate. As a result, several of Steve’s students quit their full-time jobs to pursue a full-time REI career. In 2019, Steve and his good friend, REI podcaster Alex Pardo, formed a unique hybrid coaching/mastermind group called ASCEND, an exclusive community of like-minded successful investors and entrepreneurs. Since its inception, ASCEND members have been able to partner on profitable deals while forming life-long friendships.

Round Table | How to Choose a Life Insurance Company and Agent When Starting to Become Your Own Banker
Episode #
225
33 minutes

Round Table | How to Choose a Life Insurance Company and Agent When Starting to Become Your Own Banker

When pursuing financial freedom, you must expand your knowledge about opportunities to grow your wealth. But how do you do it the right way? How do you know if an agent or financial advisor has the skills and abilities to teach you how to improve your financial situation? How can you tell a real expert from a fraud? Here are a few steps you can take: - The first step is clarity. What exactly do you want to achieve? You have to be clear about your desired outcome before you can decide whether or not someone fits your criteria. - Next, research potential candidates. Are you looking for a regular insurance agent or a financial coach who understands how to use IBC as a financial system? - Check your prospective coach's website or social media profiles to learn more about their background. See if that person's life emulates the goals you want to achieve and the values you hold. You want someone respectable and trustworthy. With enough research and due diligence, you should be able to find the best coach for you. For more insights, tune in to this round table and hear from reliable coaches whose passion is to teach people how to achieve wealth without trading time for money. You might not have to look far to find the right advisor!

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