I jI II I IjI I j I just got done talking to a friendly 80 year old lady that wanted to give me some retirement advice. She said that I should wait to retire until I can collect the full social security and then to work and pocket the social security and make the bucks. In other words, her idea of big bucks would be me (and herself) is to work and get social security.
While this just might be the way things turn out for me, I will say it’s not my plan and it’s certainly not my idea of “the big bucks.” Instead of trading time for money exclusively my plan is two fold:
- Create residual income through investments.
- *Continue to create income through my YL distributor business, leveraging time by building a team of like minded people that have a vision greater than just getting retirement income from Social Security.
- Continue to work a job until my residual income and business income exceed my household income two fold consistently for a year.*
Even if you are already retired, you may not be satisfied with your income from social security and are looking for ways to increase your income. A YL distributorship may be for you, or it may not be…in either case, I’d say it’s worth to take a look at.
For more information, you can message me at facebook. Or you can email me at DexterDBlack@comcast.net. Put in the subject line: INTERESTED and I’ll email back some information to take a look at.
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Dexter D Black
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