Firefighters, police, EMTs, and other first responders dedicate themselves to first responder training, how to keep themselves alive and save others when life goes tragically awry. Unfortunately, in almost every case, there’s a big chunk left out of your education, a little thing we like to call a retirement plan.
Do you think about yours? Is it a smoothly oiled machine that builds the trusty nest egg higher every year? Do you even understand it? We sincerely hope so but, if not, every body needs to start somewhere. Consider this your basic course in first responder training for retirement.
The first thing to realize is that the stock market is not the be-all and end-all when it comes to investing. It’s not even the best choice for reaping that all important return on investment. However, if you’ve already sunk your entire 401k or 403b plan into Wall Street, don’t despair.
Our purpose here is to shine a little light on income property investing. Real estate, if you’d rather use that term. The point to be made is that owning property and renting it out has been the road to wealth for a disproportionately large number of Americans. It is the truth wealth builder in this country and always has been. Now if you like playing stocks and want to toss some of that retirement money at a few, hoping for a home run, we won’t argue with you too much.
But you should seriously consider learning how to transfer part of your portfolio into property. Augment your first responder training with a free and unique real estate investing course available at JasonHartman.com. Check out the Creating Wealth Show podcast found there to get up to speed quickly.
The Heroic Investing Team
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