My journey of becoming financial independence by 35 years old
Happy Halloween Everyone!
I don’t really dress up or anything, so this year, I’m just being myself. 🙂
Well, you’ve noticed that I’ve changed the write up from October Dividends to October Dividends/Passive Income. For the first time, I’ll include the rental property that I’ve bought from out of state, in the Midwest, as my total passive income.
In short, I didn’t spend any actual labor to it. I paid my family to get the house up and running for me. (Mainly, all the work I’ve done to it was to click the mouse, make a few phone calls to buy the property on online auction, talked to the auction company, closing agent, bought the insurance, talked to my brother to check on the progress, talked to my sister to so,she can write couple checks. But I didn’t have to do any work to it to get the house ready. )
I withdrawed $77k to have the house up and running.p, the majority of it was from my taxable investment account. Therefore, it’s only appropriate to include the income. 🙂
dividend income: 65.66$
rental income before expenses: $1200
Total for October: $1265.66