Curious if you guys put your money to work to get a return that beats the inflation rate or you just leave it all in the bank earning 0.01% APY
lol that's me haha. however, when i had specific content on my forum for my niche, the memberships were booming and probably made about 250.00 in first two weeks, and 1,xxx something at end of month. Was going okay for few months, then got hit with mr nasty murphy's law and it all went to shyt sigh. can't win for losing these days lol.I own a forum and therefore have no money. Or free time. Or a life.
Suck to be in that situation, if you are seriousI own a forum and therefore have no money. Or free time. Or a life.
Well liquid equity is simply money in the till that hasn't been spent or allocated yet...that being the case that would also apply to anyone. Anyone who buys anything for leisure or entertainment is investing liquid assets into something to enrich their time on earth technically speaking.Suck to be in that situation, if you are serious
I guess the question applies to everyone, not just people who run forum as a ft job or side project. If you have no liquid equity, the question is moot.
is an example of investment under his own description.Married with no kids......I just buy lots of stuff I don't really need
I'm mid thirties with no kids, if I could turn back the clock I'd invest in some children because I want someone to paint my house for free this timeMarried with 2 kids. I don't have money to invest.
Right.I'm mid thirties with no kids, if I could turn back the clock I'd invest in some children because I want someone to paint my house for free this time
"here's a brush, make daddy proud* grabs a beer and puts on football
In the US, you have free checking accounts as well but those are becoming harder and harder to get as banks trying to eliminate it. You need at least a minimum balance to not pay fee.Nope, not in the UK. You don't pay for a standard bank account here.