As the wealth gap continues to grow, think about how you’re making your money, how it’s taxed, how much you get to keep & what your plan for the money is.
Author Dave Van Horn
The conversation is mixed on how much cash flow is necessary to provide that “cushion” and how much is needed to help the investor grow his/her portfolio.
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