7Million7Years is One Year Old today!


Well, we’ve reached a Milestone …

7Million7Years.com is officially ONE YEAR OLD … now, that’s a lot of posts! I hope that some have been useful?

To celebrate, I am running my first ever competition:

It’s easy, all you need to do is write your most pressing, interesting, or “I’m just plain curious” personal finance question in the Comments section below …

… I will choose at least one winner (maybe more, if I am blown away by the responses) and eventually publish answers to all of the rest.

The winner/s will receive a personal finance book of my choice (I may choose a book that I think will be relevant to their question, or one of my favorites … who knows?!).

So, don’t waste another moment: write your question in the Comments below (make sure that you signed in with your e-mail address, so that I can let you know if you’ve won … no need to include it with your answer, though).

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6 thoughts on “7Million7Years is One Year Old today!

  1. How does one new to RE investing choose which area of RE investing (single-family, multi-family, commercial, etc.) to focus on?

  2. Happy Birthday!!!

    I have two questions!

    Are finance investment sites/newsletters like Motley Fool and Whiskey and Gunpowder worthwhile subscriptions? So far I haven’t gotten anything out of them other than “please subscribe to this or that to learn further details on the xxxxx phenomenal investment opportunity”. I can’t afford to invest a whole lot right now much less pay for finacial subscriptions.

    Are tax lien and foreclosure properties a worthwhile investment?

  3. How can we apply this set of knowledge in developing and underdeveloped countries? … where infrastructure, laws and rights are lacking? Can generalized advice like the ones from “The Richest Man in Babylon” help?

  4. I like Mark’s question about applying this all to developing and underdeveloped countries. But I would add to that, what are the tax implications of investing in foreign countries?(I.E.) Do we end up paying taxes in the other country as well as here in the U.S.? cause that would seem double taxation, as well as making it more difficult to end up with a profit when paying taxes in both countries.

    And (1) last question. Having Pretty much reached your goals, what, if anything , would you have done differently , and why?

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