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I don't know about you or you guys, but I'm going for the long term here which is business expansion (opening up more stores to generate more passive income and scaling) up to a point where I won't even have to invest more than 2 hours a day

So, currently, you are investing more than 2 hours/day? That's 60 hours a month, which means that you need to net $900/month just to pay you what you get on your day job.

The thing is that I'm not trying to be 9-5 worker for the rest of my life. So why should I wait to fully pay off debt then start a business? Time wise, that would be stupid. If there's one thing I value it's my time. And if it's working on my end then why stop? Are you not seeing my Point of view yet?

Not really.

You first said you wanted advice on how to pay off your debt. We told you that you needed more income, and advised you to spend some time on getting a better job. You apparently see the ecommerce business (which was what you claim got you into your debt in the first place) as the way to get more income, and have spent a lot of time trying to justify (to yourself and us) that 'the business' is what you should be spending your time on, rather than trying increase your income by getting a better day job, or another side gig that pays you more than $200/month.

If 'the business' is really the way you think you are going to increase your income, then quit spending time here justifying yourself, and spend it on the business. If you really want advice on how to pay off your debt, then lay out what is owed, whose debt it is (yours, Mom's, joint), interest rates, minimum payment amounts, and your monthly income/outgo.

You seem to have already decided what you need to do, so I'm not sure what you are asking for. If you're looking for approval on what you have already decided to do, you probably aren't going to get it here.

Good luck to you.

AJ
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