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Residual Income Series 10, Using The Rule Of 72 or the Bankers Rule

Published on 8/26/2018
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“You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else” ~ Albert Einstein


To avoid confusion, I am seeing the term “Residual Income” being replaced with the term, “Leveraged Income”

No matter what type of income you earn, the goal is to leverage it - meaning to gain/add to the original sum of your principal/monies.

The definition of the term “Leverage” according to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary is: to use for gain.


So, here is how I use the terms 


Three Types of Income


Earned Income - Income generated by working at a job. Your paycheck

Residual Income - Work once and continuously paid for it. Where you make a one time sale and the same sale amount is generated each month. Example - When an author writes a book, or in MLM when someone goes on auto ship

Passive Income - Receiving income from assets, such as rent, investments, annuities and savings

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Using Leverage


The best way to describe leveraging is simply “working smarter and not harder”. Perhaps you make a good salary, but if you have not leveraged (Invested) that income, once you stop working … your good salary stops. Same scenario for a small business owner or a Internet marketer, unless the business is sold …  if the business should close, income stops.




What is a quick way to know how fast your money will double?

Answer: The Rule Of 72

Some examples -

At 8% it is 9 years

At 12% it is 6 years

At 25% it is 2.88 years


"rule of 72. The mathematical rule used in approximating the number of years it will take a given investment to double in value. The number of years to double an investment is calculated by dividing 72 by the annual rate of return."  Financial Dictionary

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Next post, we will take a look at life insurance and residual income, and wrap it up with our look at different ways to earn residual income


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Micky Gramlin


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