Chris Miles, the Anti-Financial Advisor, teaches entrepreneurs and professionals how to get their money working for them TODAY! He’s an author, podcast host of The Chris Miles Money Show, featured in US News, CNN Money, Entrepreneur on Fire. He has a pro...
Chris Miles, the Anti-Financial Advisor, teaches entrepreneurs and professionals how to get their money working for them TODAY! He’s an author, podcast host of The Chris Miles Money Show, featured in US News, CNN Money, Entrepreneur on Fire. He has a proven reputation with his company, Money Ripples, getting his clients’ fast financial results. In fact, in the last 11 years, his clients have increased their cash flow by over $250 Million!
In this episode, Chris shares why he became an anti-financial advisor and became a financial consultant again after his so-called retirement. Only this time, he does it differently and objectively to help his clients invest better.
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What you’ll learn in just 17 minutes from today’s episode:
“I think real estate is one of the best places to look for investments. If you’re a business owner, I mean, definitely look within your business and see if you can make that more profitable, because that’s one of the few places that people get stuck in the rat race, too.” – Chris Miles
“Definitely business franchises is another way if you don’t have a business, you could buy a franchise where maybe you can get some of the tax benefits off of that; where you can get some of those write-offs, especially if you’re an employee.” – Chris Miles
“I’ve got a friend; he’s the land geek. He talks about flipping land. That’s another great thing you could do where there’s high ROI.” – Chris Miles
“I help people meet, create a game plan, and I connect them. So, like, my guy wants to do oil. It’s great. I know a company that does it. I’m not recommending it; I don’t ever tell people you should buy this or invest in this. I stay away from that line. But I do say, based on your objectives, or your timelines and stuff, because even in real estate, there are so many variances you can do you have to figure out which one actually fits what you’re trying to accomplish.” – Chris Miles
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