The financial offense refers to two sets of income: your regular income and your portfolio income. Regular income is the money you make by working a job. Making more money can obviously increase your financial security. However, people who receive a promotion or a bump in their salary exchange it, typically, for an increase in lavish living rather than an increase their savings or investments. Portfolio income and passive income refer to stocks and bonds, real estate, and other investment opportunities. In this episode of The Money and Business Hour, Roy Matlock Jr. breaks down a strategic financial offensive plan, utilizing regular income and portfolio income, which anyone can implement in order to be prepared for whatever the future may entail.