While most folks who read this blog are likely pursuing financial independence through the creation of passive income in excess of their expenses, this isn’t the case for everyone.
Imagine having an investment that at any point could provide you a three-year level of cash flow that substantially covers your monthly expenses, through a combination of earnings and return of capital.
Imagine this cash flow being like a faucet, building in size and pressure, waiting to be turned on and used if needed.
Well, imagine no more. In a guest post over at 1500 Days, I lay out how P2P lending can provide a level of cash flow that could in essence become a three-year job that you wouldn’t need to work at in an emergency.
Check out the chart below for potential cash flow numbers.
Pretty incredible right? Think $3,000 or so per month can pay some bills in an emergency?
Now, I understand this P2P lending isn’t the right solution for everybody, but this strategy is definitely something I’m going to look at for myself as I get closer to retirement.
Check out the full-post and associated research at 1500 Days!
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