You were probably taught by your parents to get a good education, a good
job, buy a home, work really hard, and pay off your debt.
But, in my mind, that’s not a productive use of the equity in your home.
Instead, you should recycle the equity in your home and convert it into productive debt to buy income-producing assets.
But before we start delving into all things debt recycling, let’s start
out by clarifying the difference between good and bad debt, and how
having debt can actually benefit you and set you on the path to
types of debt
1. Bad debt:
This is debt against assets that depreciate in value. Bad debt generally refers to things like credit cards or other consumer debt that does little to
improve your financial outcome.
2. Necessary debt:
This is the non-tax-deductible debt against your home, but it’s something
essential that can’t really be avoided.
3. Good debt:
This is a tax-deductible debt against income-producing and appreciating assets.
Think loans against residential investment properties business loans.
This is the type of debt that can help build wealth and bring you cash
flow over time.
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Monday, 15 March 2021