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$314.41 – Passive Healthcare REIT Income

We love passive income here at Max Out of Pocket. For someone who has been going on and on about passive income for months now, we haven’t seen much of it here on the blog. That’s because I haven’t gotten any. Well, July 18, 2019 was a very special day for the Max Out of Pocket REIT portfolio. We finally got our first dividend since I began documenting this experiment. I received $314.41 on July 18th...

Max Out of Pocket – June

The Max Out of Pocket crew pretty much maxed out June 2019 to its fullest. We started the month in Boston playing golf and ended it with a little staycation in our home (vacation) town in New England. We also squeezed in a four day trip to Canada to see the highest tides in the world. We were even able to stay pretty busy around here at the blog. All of this while holding down...

REIT For Rent: Who Is Living In My Medical Office Buildings?

Max OOP considers himself a triple AAA+ Platinum investment grade tenant. This is not a technical term, but a valid one. It’s because I have a 820+ credit score, I regularly pay my rent weeks early, and in over two years of renting I have never called my landlord for any minor issues with the house. I even rake the snow off the roof in the winter, no questions asked. I enjoy a little hard...

Highest Tides In The World

The nice thing about my questionable blogging career? I don’t have a boss. There is no one there to tell me I am only allowed to talk about boring things like sheltering healthcare expenses from taxes and trendy topics like early retirement. It’s my project. So with that said, let’s talk tides. Not just any tides though. Let’s talk about the highest tides in the world. New Brunswick Max OOP is a huge fan of...

The 30% Reduction In Social Security Tax No One Remembers

So today, you are going to get a short history lesson from Max OOP. We have basically closed out the Max Out of Pocket “Fundamentals of FICA” course. I will eventually brand it as “Fun with FICA”. We have even started using those skills in application on our stroll through the cafeteria to buy health insurance from our employer. There will be a lot more of that to come. But after all the writing about...