# How to create virtual goods

### Can you sell virtual items?

Section 1.3 of its general terms of service states that in-game “

**virtual items**” “cannot be exchanged for legal tender or any**item**or right outside of the digital product.” Many sellers get around this by saying that**they**‘re not**selling**the**items**explicitly — it’s just a side effect of the transaction.### Is selling virtual items illegal?

Setting aside terms-of-use considerations (which vary by game/platform), the sale of

**virtual goods**for real money is broadly legal.### How much money do I need to invest to make $100 a month?

To

**make $100 a month**in dividends you**need to invest**between $34,286 and $48,000, with an average portfolio of $40,000. The exact amount of**money**you will**need to invest to create a $100**per**month**dividend income depends on the dividend yield of the stocks.### How much do I need to invest to make $500 a month?

To

**make $500 a month**in dividends you’ll**need to invest**between $171,429 and $240,000, with an average portfolio of $200,000. The actual amount of money you’ll**need to invest**in creating a**$500**per**month**in dividends portfolio depends on the dividend yield of the stocks you buy.### How much money do I need to invest to make $3000 a month?

By this calculation, to get

**$3,000 a month**, you**would need to invest**around $108,000 in a revenue-generating online business. Here’s how the math works: A business generating**$3,000 a month**is generating $36,000 a year ($**3,000**x 12**months**).### How much money do I need to invest to make 2000 a month?

To cover each

**month**of the year, you**need**to buy at least 3 different stocks. If each payment is**$2000**, you’ll**need to invest**in enough shares to**earn**$8,000 per year from each company. To estimate how you’ll**need to invest**per stock, divide $8,000 by 3%, which results in a holding value of $266,667.### Is $3000 a month good?

After tax income is estimated to be around $2,400, not counting withholdings, deductions, or allowances. The majority of a $36k salary will be consumed by normal living expenses, making it hard to build wealth. However, living on

**$3,000**per**month**is possible.**$3,000**per**month**is not a**good**salary to live on.### Can I retire on $10000 a month?

If you’d like to

**retire**early and have**$10,000**per**month**, you’ll need a solid plan — and perhaps a little bit of luck as well. After all, to sustainably generate**$10,000**per**month**, you’ll need a portfolio with millions of dollars in it.### Where can I retire on $1500 a month?

**Best Cities to**

**Retire**on**a**Budget of**$1,500 a Month**- Casper, Wyo. Total
**Monthly**Expenditures: $1,473. Livability Score: 72. It’s Casper, the friendly town for retirees. - Davenport, Iowa. Total
**Monthly**Expenditures: $1,472. Livability Score: 68. - Lubbock, Texas. Total
**Monthly**Expenditures: $1,456. Livability Score: 76.

### How much does average person retire with?

Research by the Federal Reserve found that the median retirement account balance in the U.S. – looking only at those who have retirement accounts – was just

**$60,000**in 2016 (the survey is conducted every three years and data for 2019 will be released at the end of 2020). The conditional mean balance was**$228,900**.### What is the average 401k balance for a 65 year old?

**Average 401k Balance**at Age

**65**+ – $462,576;

**Median**– $140,690.

### Is 500000 enough to retire on?

Assuming you have

**$500,000**in**retirement**, you could realistically withdraw $20,000 your first year of**retirement**. That amount would shrink incrementally each subsequent year, assuming zero portfolio growth. That’s assuming, however, that you wait until your full**retirement**age to claim Social Security benefits.### What is a reasonable amount of money to retire with?

You also need to factor in any pension or Social Security income you’ll be getting. If your annual pre-

**retirement**expenses are $50,000, for example, you’d want**retirement**income of $40,000 if you followed the 80 percent rule of thumb.### Can I retire at 55 with 300K?

The basics. If you

**retire at 55**, and the average life expectancy is around 87, then**300K**will need to last you 30+ years. If it’s your only source of**retirement**income, until the state pension kicks in at around 67/68, then you are going to have to budget hard to make it last.### Is $800000 enough to retire on?

If you expect to have a relatively safe

**retirement**income of $60,000 a year, you will need**$800,000**saved up by the time you**retire**. Your income gap is now just $24,000 a year, which you will draw from your**retirement**savings of**$800,000**to close the gap.### How much money do I need to retire at 65?

**Retirement**experts have offered various rules of thumb about

**how much**you

**need**to save: somewhere near $1 million, 80% to 90% of your annual pre-

**retirement**income, 12 times your pre-

**retirement**salary.

### Can you retire 2 million?

Inflation, market risk, withdrawal rate, unexpected expenses in

**retirement**, and increasing life expectancy are all factors that suggest you may need as much as $2**million**to**retire**comfortably. That number may scare you, but it’s a reminder to ensure you’re making the right financial moves today.### Can I retire on 700k?

This means, if you

**retire**at 55, £**700k will**fund an individual for 36 years and a couple for 28 years. So, if you’ve retired at 55, that’ll take you comfortably to the**UK’s**combined average life expectancy of 81.