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One Million Dollar Math – Cardone Zone

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Everyone knows assets = liabilities + shareholders’ equity. In today’s episode of Cardone Zone, learn and actually understand the accounting it takes to reach a million dollars worth of profit a year. It’s time you plug in bigger numbers into this formula.

Reaching a million dollars a year, means you have to think in terms of opportunity cost, and ask yourself if your money better in a bank or in an asset that can grow over time? Tune in to get to know your options with me today.

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