HOW CREATE PASSIVE INCOME?

Passive income is not always easy to develop ínfima to you might lose money trying to create it. So in this post I want to show you how I currently make passive income and how you can start creating passive income for yourself.

Keep in mind it is not easy to create passive income with that in mind, what ever trade you want to go into, study first by reading books. This will reduce the risk in creating passive income.

STOCKS

Stocks can be one of the most passive investments, depending on how you invest. I prefer investing for the long run because slow and steady wins the race. So one of the main factors I like to see when I invest in stocks is dividends.

Dividends are company earnings that are annually distributed amongst shareholders.

Also in some cases dividends is handed out monthly, so make sure to really study your stocks by using www.sec.gov. From the SEC website you can search up company records, all you need to do is go to the search tab and type in “EDGAR SEARCH,” once land on that page type in the company’s name or ticker symbol.

HIGH YIELD SAVINGS ACCOUNT

High Yield accounts are easier to find but to make a significant amount from interest, you have to have over $10,000 in the account in my opinion. These account are made to give you higher returns compared to a regular savings account or bank account.

Remember this is less risky, when it comes to making passive income, so the returns are not really as big as stocks. What I suggest is to create an account just so you can have money ready to use for convenience but still have money working for you by paying you interest.

ROYALTY FEES

There are plenty of places to collect royalty fees, just to give you an example for “The Way I Save” one of the sites that the blog collects a royalty fee from is merchandise. Teespring is a good site to create graphics that can go on any product and if someone purchases your product you collect a royalty fee.

Now each product can give you more or less money the profit margin varies, but it’s fun and simple to set up. If you want to see an example on how it looks click over to the products page of “The Way I Save” located on the menu tab.

Money Storage

Last post was about how to simply manage your money, this post is going to touch on where you should store your money. If you haven’t found out yet, saving your money at a bank only gives you a return of 0.01%.

That means you get ten pennies for every $1,000.00 you save. That’s ridiculous, but don’t worry there’s better ways that are just as safe and give you higher returns. In this post I’m going to share a few that I was able to try.

HIGH YIELD ACCOUNTS

If your not into risky investing you can still get a good return on your money, while keeping your money at the bank. For instance, synchrony offers you 0.55% for storing your money with them.

I believe the best high yield account out right now since the pandemic is Brinks. Brinks is offering 5% for storing your money with them.

BROKERAGE ACCOUNTS

You don’t have to buy stocks to make money, some brokerage accounts give you interest for storing your money with them.

If you have under $10,000 TD Ameritrade will give 1.25% for storing your money with them in a brokerage account, this interest rate might vary.

BITCOIN SAVINGS ACCOUNT

The last way I recommended storing money, is with Bitcoin savings account. For this account you have to own a type of crypto currency that the account accepts, and have an up to date digit wallet for storing the coin.

Nexo has one of the bitcoin savings account available for you, and they offer you anywhere from 8% to 12% for storing your bitcoin with them.

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WHATS A BOND

Most people will not buy a bond, but after learning what a bond is and what it can do for you, your going to want to purchase some as soon as possible. As a investor you always want to diversify your investments, any 401k manager or financial advisor will tell you that. That is part of the reason why ten percent of your 401k generally includes bonds.

GENERALLY

In general, a bond is issued when a entity (company or government) needs funding for advancement or backed expenses. Just like a certificate of deposit, with a bond you can only redeem your investment at a specific time. Bonds can be redeemable anywhere from 1-30 years. These type of investments are normally considered low risk in comparison to stocks. Typically the interest you gain from bonds are enough to protect you from inflation.

TYPES OF BONDS

Treasury Bonds – Are issued by the government.

Corporate Bonds – Are issued by corporations for profit.

Agency Bonds – Are issued by federal agencies.

Municipal Bonds – Are issued by cities, states, and countries.

The best bond to invest in, is debatable, but what I prefer is municipal bonds. The reason why I prefer municipal bond is because municipal bonds, are generally exempt from state income tax in the state where the bond is issued. Also municipal bonds are generally moderate risk but can be high, which means this type of bond will give you a pretty good return.

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Passive Income

Passive income is earnings derived from a rental property, limited partnership or other enterprise in which a person is not actively involved. As with active income, passive income is usually taxable. However, it is often treated differently by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Portfolio income is considered passive income by some analysts, so dividends and Interest would therefore be considered passive.

quoted by: http://www.investopedia.com

I have read, listened, and saw plenty of CPA’s, Real Estate agents, and Financial Advisors talk about passive income; but their are only a few to do while in college with limited funds (money).

The first one is my favorite which is a High Yield Savings account. So instead of getting a penny $0.01 a month for every $1000 dollars, you have your getting $2 a month that’s a huge difference. The reason why this is my favorite type of passive income is because I am able to invest at a very low risk which means I am less likely to loose my investment.

The Secondary way to create passive income is through Real Estate Pool Investing which gives you over 5% back in interest. Which is pretty cool considering that your only getting 0.09% from your current savings account with your ordinary bank. I currently made $22 from letting my money sit. I’ve been using a popular and reliable platform called, Fundrise. What Fundrise does is raise money for a specific Real Estate Property that gives you back and average of %5 back on what ever you decide to put in. The minimum amount to get started is only $500 and it’s pretty easy to setup.

The last passive income is the stocks market. The reason why I put the stock market as a passive income is because there is a slight trick to making the stock market passive now of course your not going to make as much as active people in the stock market you can still make a significant amount from dividends. Dividends is “money” the company gives the stock holder for per share. Sometimes they give it quarterly or monthly, the best dividend stock out there right now from the time writing this post is “PSEC.”

There many other ways to create passive income. Even some businesses can even be passive. Writing is one of the most passive incomes created, think about the only work you do is to write the book, publish, and promote. This is why many pastors and entrepreneurs write books, it’s an investment that accrues interest over time by promoting yourself.

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What’s The Plan

Success can not happen with out dedication and most importantly goal setting. Writing down your personal goals is the easiest part of goal setting. The difficulty in goal setting is achieving your goals. So what’s the plan ?

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Okay so what’s one of your goals ? Maybe you want to build your own business or retire at a young age. That’s great, but let’s take it one goal at a time. We all have big plans for ourselves but we don’t really do the work for setting goals to get there. If you are wanting to retire at a young age do you have a stock broker or investment account yet, if not go look for the best of the best rates and returns first then select your plan. This is just one step you can make now towards your goal. Find your vehicle, some cars go faster than others its the same for your investments, just way out the risks. If you choose a faster vehicle for your investments, you might crash. If you choose a slower vehicle you are less likely to crash because your going the speed limit.

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 As you choose your vehicle and set reachable goals, you want to have a vision behind it all. The bigger your vision, the more drive it will bring when accomplishing your reachable goals. Allow me to give your an example:

my vision for everything I do is to influence and change the bad habits of the world to create an atmosphere where people are selfless more than selfish.

SUMMARY: set reachable goals and a line it towards your vision.