What Is Wealth? – Episode 173

What Is Wealth? – Episode 173

Ken was recently asked by a listener of The EOF Podcast what does he mean by wealth? What is wealthy? If you’re wealthy — when do you retire? He answers those questions and shares some stories.

Ken Greene transitioned from being a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to the “Engineer of Finance.” His goal is to help people become financially independent and help them earn better yields with less risk by investing Off Wall Street.


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Show Notes

  • The bank and the financial industry – 3:30
  • Wealth can be defined as a variety of things – 4:21
  • Wealth and abundance – 9:37
  • Wealth vs rich – 10:09
  • Focus on health and wealth – 12:00
  • What would make you more wealthy? – 14:19
  • What are your priorities – 17:43
  • How much is too much wealth – 19:14
  • What’s wealth for Ken – 21:44
  • Being grateful for the things that you accomplish – 24:00
  • Having different definitions of wealth – 28:41
  • Creating value for others – 33:00
  • Having a wealthy mindset – 34:20
  • What it means to have financial freedom – 36:26

 

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Inflation Has Been Recognized! – Episode 172

Inflation Has Been Recognized! – Episode 172

Consumer Price Index (CPI) was reported as a 4.2% increase from last year! Inflation has been recognized by our government and the reckless creation of more US dollars has to stop. Government must live within its means.

Ken Greene transitioned from being a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to the “Engineer of Finance.” His goal is to help people become financially independent and help them earn better yields with less risk by investing Off Wall Street.


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Show Notes

  • About inflation – 3:11
  • It’s great not to be in debt – 10:17
  • A 4.2% increase of the Consumer Price Index (CPI) – 10:54
  • Represent your citizens – 13:59
  • You have to have the money liquid – 14:31
  • Having a savings strategy – 19:00
  • About hyperinflation – 19:47

 

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Selling a Business with Ryan Condie – Episode 171

Selling a Business with Ryan Condie – Episode 171

Ken and Ryan talked about selling a company. Ryan has a lot of experience buying and selling companies. He is a business broker at Quiet Light and helps owners sell their online companies. Quiet Light provides free education for prospective sellers and only earns a fee after the successful sale of their client’s company.

Ryan Condie spent 8 years in software sales at billion-dollar unicorns, started a candy factory from scratch which got to 700+ retail customers in the first 12 months, bought and sold 2 businesses, and built/sold KestrelOutdoors.com. When he is not working, he is spending time with his wife and kids, flying drones, trail running or planning some crazy vacation.

Ken Greene transitioned from being a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to the “Engineer of Finance.” His goal is to help people become financially independent and help them earn better yields with less risk by investing Off Wall Street.


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Show Notes

  • Starting a business from scratch – 2:14
  • 8 companies in the last 10 years – 3:49
  • Starting from scratch is painful – 5:32
  • Several businesses that he still runs – 7:19
  • Buying companies – 10:01
  • Always wanting to help clients – 20:51
  • Selling one of his businesses a few years ago – 22:46
  • Taking his company to the next level – 24:14
  • Increasing cash flow – 28:02
  • Running your online business – 31:21
  • Education is important – 34:29
  • Having an exit strategy before making an investment – 36:00

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The Tax Storm Has Arrived! – Episode 170

The Tax Storm Has Arrived! – Episode 170

Last month, I said the tax storm is here, talking about hyperinflation. After listening to President Biden recently and reading his administration’s American Families Plan, I believe these ideas (maybe law soon) are a BAD idea to help low-income and middle-income families. Increasing income taxes, increasing capital gains tax, eliminating step-up in basis, more IRS audits, and printing more U.S. dollars will reduce our spending abilities and wealth.

Ken Greene transitioned from being a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to the “Engineer of Finance.” His goal is to help people become financially independent and help them earn better yields with less risk by investing Off Wall Street.


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Show Notes

  • Increasing taxes is a bad idea – 2:34
  • These tax proposals are a bad idea – 4:42
  • The largest form of taxation – 6:07
  • Destroying the stock market – 8:14
  • Uncertainty in the stock market – 9:39
  • Long-term capital gains – 10:06
  • The power to tax is the power to destroy – 13:30
  • An incentive to create less money – 14:09
  • The areas Ken disagrees with – 15:44
  • Potential solutions are going to present themselves – 18:39
  • Taxes are damaging to families – 20:11
  • How to reduce your income taxes – 22:54

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