$100,000. I have only one choice, and that is to do a lot of things. You can’t put $100,000 in a bank account, and it doesn’t have to be a $100,000 investment in itself. You can start a small business, run a business, or sell a business, and then spend $100,000 on a personal investment, and then invest it in your own home.
I know of no other single game that can really get us so upset, but I have my doubts whether this is the right thing to do.
I’m not saying that just because someone tells you to spend money that they have on a house they own and pay for that is bad. I’m saying that someone telling you to do things like this is not necessarily a good thing. I know this because I am a landlord myself, and I know that when people tell you to do things like this, they want you to do them.
Most of us are not really invested in all the things we spend money on in our homes. Most of our money is spent on the things we take for granted. So if you’ve ever been in a home, you know how much energy, time, money, and effort goes into getting from point A to point B. We often take the easier way out and just buy what we want, and then spend the rest of us time and money to upgrade it.
The problem is that we don’t think about how much our money is spent on something until the moment it’s gone. We don’t know how much our money is spent on what we already own until it’s gone. This is why we have to keep a list of everything we’ve bought and the money weve lost as well as a list of everything we’ve invested in.
For a cash investment to count as “spent,” we have to know what it was. So if you buy a new car, we can’t just say, “Oh, we spent $500 on a new car. Let’s add that to our expenditure list.” But we can show you the purchase receipt and the car registration.
The reason this happens with a cash investment is because the buyer pays for the amount of cash that you invested in it. If you don’t pay for the money yourself, then the buyer doesn’t have to pay for the money itself. It’s a simple solution, but it’s not exactly a big deal.