6th Income Source

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  1. Congrats on adding a new income stream. Now you will have an extra $3k per year to invest, save or whatever you want to do with it. All the best in the new year 🙂

  2. Congrats mate! Nice diversification. I am still working 7 different income sources. We are 3. I would love to have solar panels, can’t do it in our condo. Still interested in solar farms 🙂
    dividendgeek recently posted…2017 in Retrospect (Goals Review) & 2018 GoalsMy Profile

    • Hey Geek. Thanks! Yeah definitely a fan of the diversification. 3 sources is better than 2! Solar farms are interesting… about 10 years back the town was looking for investors with a 10% rate of return but we werent financially secure then. Keep on doing what your doing. Havent you monetized your blog though? That would be a 4th source wouldnt it?

      • Pellrider says:

        Hi PCI, great work with solar panels! Like Divgeek, I also cannot put solar panels on the condo. I bit the bullet and purchased the domain. But I have no clue how to monetize the blog other than adding google ad words.

        • Hey pell. Yeah we used to be condos….. haha. You can start by getting google adsense and adding the code they give into each page you writeup. Affiliates are another source of income! Best of luck. I used youtube alot to learn best wordpress apps etc.

  3. That’s a great milestone! Your solar power is finally up an running. From what I understood, are you going to sell 100% of power generated for the next 20 years? Or you sell a portion and the rest portion you use for yourself? Too bad for your old insurance company. It’s certainly not a commerce.

    • Hey income. Sorry I should of clarified. Yes 100% of the power will be being sold to hydro one. We get paid a higher rate then we pay for hydro at the moment. Yeah was weird about the insurance company but worked out better!
      Cheers

  4. Rosie says:

    How awesome!! Keep us posted on your returns!

  5. Congrats on that 6th income source. The hard part is done. So, now you get to reap the benefits of all the hard work. Happy New Year.
    Dividend Portfolio recently posted…December 2017 Dividend Income ReportMy Profile

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