Returning Guest: Robert Lettin of Lettin Wealth – Part 1

In this podcast episode of “Breaking Down IT with Steve,” host Steve welcomes back Robert Lettin, author of “Why Not You: A Guide to Replacing Your Income,” along with sound editor Dean Cambray of Cambray Media, who receives praise for his crucial role in the podcast’s success. The episode delves into a key concept from Robert Lettin’s book: determining the value of your investment portfolios needed to cover your expenses. Robert Lettin explains that the first step is to calculate your monthly expenses. For example, if you spend $5,000 a month, this amounts to $60,000 annually. To ensure you can cover these expenses from your investment portfolio, you need a portfolio value approximately 25 times your annual expenses, which in this case is $1.5 million. This target serves as a goal for financial independence, guiding listeners in their saving and investing efforts, and the worksheet in Robert Lettin’s book assists with these calculations, helping users achieve the ability to replace their income through investments.

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