When I was 11, I decided to make a YouTube channel. Consequently, and likely due to my youthful vitality, I became deeply intrigued by the system YouTubers used to earn profits through video advertisements and endorsements.
Halfway through my resolution to start paying down my $67,000 mortgage on a $40,000 income.
Why does it always have deals for EXACTLY what I’m planning to buy?
Especially when revenue-sharing is involved.
You don’t even need the actual numbers.
And how I’ve become much more cognizant about how I spend it.
I have six Hale & Hearty cards at the bottoms of old purses.
Another expert argues for cash liquidity… so you can use your cash to take risks that might out-earn the market.