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Round Table | What Does The Cash Flow Quadrant Teach Us About Taxes?
5th October 2021 • The Wealth Without Wall Street Podcast • By Russ Morgan & Joey Muré
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Have you heard about Robert Kiyosaki’s The CASHFLOW Quadrant? It describes the four types of people according to how they earn money and pay taxes. The four quadrants are labeled E (Employee), S (Self-Employed), B (Business Owner), and I (Investor). E and S are on the left quadrants. They are those who trade their time for money. B and I are on the right side of the quadrant. They earn passive income and are financially independent. 

In terms of taxes, employees pay the highest percentage. The more money you make as an employee, the higher your tax bracket, and you have very few options to reduce your income through deductions. A lot of people are in this quadrant. Is this the quadrant you want to continue to be in? People on the right side of the quadrant have more flexibility with their time, money, and the taxes they pay. Find out how taxation works in today’s round table, and think about how you can move from being an employee to a business owner or an investor. 


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