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IPFS News Link • Entrepreneurship

Barmaid Lands Two Income Properties

• arclein
At 18, she began taking bar jobs, for years handing over every pay cheque to her mother and saving 75 per cent of her tips until she opened up a savings account of her own. She paid the tuition for her undergraduate degree, a Bachelor of Business Administration from Brock University, class of ’07, and kept full-time hours at the bar throughout her education. She “lived for free” with her parents as a student and continued to after she graduated. She worked for two years in jobs in her field in Niagara Falls after graduating, all the while only barely cutting down night shifts at the bar and continuing to save 100 per cent