Tips For Becoming Financially Independent (Part 3)
Are you looking to become financially independent in the future, but aren’t sure how to achieve the kind of financial independence that you want? Becoming financially independent typically requires years of planning and preparing ahead of time, and the financial decisions you make now will have a major impact on your future. Here are some tips on how to become financially independent:
Buy Real Estate, Stocks & More
One of the best ways to achieve financial independence is to buy real estate, stocks, collectibles, and so on. By doing so, you can potentially increase the amount of money you make and own. However, you must do so wisely, otherwise you could potentially find yourself with less money as well. Buying assets can help you to generate income, either now or in the future, or both, which is why it’s a good idea to consider doing so.
Have A Source of Passive Income
Another idea to consider is to try and find a way to receive a source of passive income. Passive income can potentially come from many sources: via renting out property that you own, affiliate marketing, flipping retail products, etc. Having a source of passive income is important, especially when you retire and can no longer, or no longer wish to, work anymore. A passive income will help to ensure that you won’t run out of money when you retire.
Lastly, while it may seem like simple advice, one of the best ways to work towards financial independence is to simply try spending less. The reason is because achieving financial independence requires more than simply saving up your money for the future--it entails finding ways to cut spending and abstaining from spending more money than is necessary.
I'm Michael Rebischke, and as a wealth advisor, my job is to help you manage your financial affairs, and put a plan in place so you can focus on enjoying the life you want to life. As life continues to evolve, the impact of every financial decision is greater than ever. I work together with my clients, providing them with easy-to-understand recommendations, and helping them implement them every step of the way.