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Thank you for tuning into episode 46 of the Mind of a Millionaire podcast. Last Wednesday was Bike to Work Day here in Denver. In honor of the environmental awareness day, we hosted our own station on the back courtyard of our building, offering Santiago’s breakfast burritos and DWM sunglasses to participants. At a point during the morning, we got a visit and mention from an associate of the BJ & Jamie Morning Show, which had listeners sending in some questions.
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When does having investment properties make sense? [1:29]
Zak’s first investment property [3:37]
If you can’t max out your retirement investments? [5:21]
Saving for retirement vs. saving for your children’s college [7:12]
- What should you have done by 30/40/50 years old? [11:48]
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