What Is Residual Income?
Let’s look at some of the available definitions:
Investopedia says: Residual income is the amount of income that an individual has after all personal debts and expenses, including a mortgage, have been paid. This calculation is usually made on a monthly basis, after the monthly debts are paid.
Lifehack says: Residual income is when you continue to get paid after the work is done. This includes royalties from books, movies, or songs and also income that comes from real estate or business investments where you don’t actually have to be present to earn it. For example, Bill Gates is still making a residual income from Microsoft even though he isn’t working there anymore.
That second one is the residual income definition I like best. The idea of continuing to get paid is pretty appealing. Most of us spend our days trading our time for dollars. We get paid an annual salary or an hourly wage. We might be a contract worker meaning we get paid by the task when it’s completed.
The amount of money you are getting paid really doesn’t affect the definition. There are many people who get paid very large amounts of money. For example, the CEO of a company, a professional athlete, or a movie star ca be paid very well. Even though the amount of income is very high, the potential is limited because no matter how much money you get paid you still need to show up to work to earn your money.
This is what makes residual income so appealing to people looking in to network marketing. The potential to get paid for years after the initial work is done is pretty exciting. Personally, when my wife became ill, I was very grateful for the residual income stream I had built. The freedom allowed me to take her to doctor visits and tend to her as needed without me having to worry about whether I would get a pay check.
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