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Let me ask you a question: If you had a steady supply of decent income coming in every month with no effort on your part, would you continue working on your job? If you are like most people, the answer to that questions would be a resounding “No”. The honest truth is that over 95% of people have a job because they have to pay the bills, not because are in love with their job. Nod if you agree. See, there is always that little voice in our heads saying: “I know I am capable of earning a lot more…” … Read More >


by admin on July 16, 2018

Yasir Khan

Hello & welcome, Let me ask you a question. Do you work hard at your job & have almost nothing to show for it (financially) at the end of the month? Do you always wonder “Where did all my money go?” Do you make up silly excuses to delay paying your bills because you secretly know there simply isn’t enough balance in your bank? If the answer to these questions is a “Yes”, I can definitely help. In fact, I have created Wealth Kept for people like you. Heck, I found myself in the same boat 10 years ago. Now … Read More >

Let me ask you a question: Do you dread taking a peek into your bank account? Do you try to find excuses to delay paying off your bills, secretly knowing that there just isn’t enough money in your bank account to cover the bill? And finally, do you always ask yourself “Where the heck did all my money go?”. I can bet a million dollars that the answer to all these questions is a resounding “Yes”. The good news is that you aren’t alone. This also happens to be the story of billions of people worldwide. People who work hard … Read More >

As you might already know, I am a proponent of financial freedom & the ability to have the lifestyle you want. Over the past couple of weeks, I have been receiving many emails.  Many of my students ask me “Why is financial independence important at all”? They argue that if they have a decent job, they are getting a paycheck every month. If they love their work, they are technically getting paid to do what they love. This means that their work isn’t really work – it’s their passion. I agree with them. But I also tell them one simple … Read More >

  I am very confident this post will give you many Eureka moments because it talks about things most people aren’t aware of. Also, if you really pay attention, the content of this email will keep you up at night for at least the next 2-3 days (in a good way of course). See, if you are in the middle class, the only type of income you might have heard of is “salary” or “commissions” or “part time wages”. You wouldn’t have heard of people making money through dividends, royalties, rent etc. This is because all these “other” income sources are not … Read More >

credit cards suck

Still stuck in the trap of credit cards? Think that it’s no big deal to carry a balance on your credit card? Yeah – the credit card companies see the word sucker written a ll over your bills. Here’s the truth about credit cards, the stuff they don’t want you to know: Interest is Compounded Daily Yes, you read that right. It’s not even a secret if you take the time to actually read all that small print (go get yourself a magnifying glass if you need it – it’s important, or don’t you care about your money?). According to … Read More >

Will Your Job Ever Make You Rich?

by admin on December 17, 2015

  You probably read blogs like Mr. Money Mustache that say the best way to get rich is by saving money. I believe that’s so wrong it makes me laugh. The thought that saving money is “wiser” than making more money or borrowing the “right” kind of money… wow. That’s like saying braking during a race is more important than accelerating. If you have massive brakes but a tiny engine, you’ll never win.   You Can Make Good Money but You’ll Never Become Rich Now, I enjoy the Mr. Money Mustache blog. I would even say I’m a quasi-Mustachian. But … Read More >

  We’re taught in life that the harder we work, the better off we’ll be. “The grind” people call it. We’re told that the amount of time we work will always correlate with our income. And therein lies the problem. Don’t get me wrong. Hard work is necessary in life. But time spent and pay received does not correlate as a perfect ratio. Most people never wrap their heads around the idea of passive income. “Sounds lazy.” someone may retort at a dinner party. But true investors know the value of passive income. In fact, without passive income, you can’t … Read More >

    We need it, we think about it, some might even salivate over it. So why is it then, when we utter the dreaded m-word, it makes us want to crawl under a rock, never to be heard of again? Being open about money doesn’t necessarily mean going out and sharing in detail how much you make and what you spend on to everyone you meet down the street. Certainly not. It’s more about what gives us the heebie jeebies when it comes to talking about money with friends and family. Take Kate Dore, blogger from Cashville Skyline. She … Read More >

      As you might already know, the point of this blog is to help you become more financially aware so you work less and earn more, pay less in taxes and increase your net worth quickly and easily. Towards that end, I would like to share a couple of anecdotes with you every now and then since nothing can ways the message better than telling a story because as they say, a picture is worth 1000 words. So let me paint a really interesting and thought-provoking picture for you. I have a really good friend of mine who … Read More >