Financial times are different than they were in the past, and they continue to change at a rapid clip. Preparing your children to meet the biggest financial impacts they’ll see later in life is imperative if you want them to experience life on their terms. The Extended Golden Years It used to be 65 was […]
If financial freedom and building wealth are of any importance to you, then understanding tax structure is a non-negotiable. Taxes, representing up to 50% of your lifetime’s income, are a required area of focus with regard to how wealth is created. Tax laws are not only set up as a governmental revenue stream, but also to incentivize individuals to contribute to what the government wants done: such as job creation, housing, and aligning with their social and environmental policies. This is why tax deductions for big business and investors are so prolific. But in order to take advantage of the tax laws as they exist, you first need to understand the ideology behind their structure.
From where are you getting your financial advice? From a financially trained or sales trained individual? Don’t fall victim to the financial advice scam that has 97% of Americans in dire financial straits. The tragic part of this story is that MOST people won’t even realize the trouble they’re in until it’s too late.
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The list is seeming endless today regarding the number of people fighting for your undivided attention to show you how to be a real estate investor. Before taking action on any of their advice, whether it’s paid or free advice, I’d recommend researching their track record and current standing as a real estate investor. In more instances than you can probably imagine, the real estate investing education industry is saturated with “experts” that allege to know a bunch, yet come up a little short on the doing. There are two types of people in the real estate investing education industry…