One of the great books of all time is “How a Man Thinketh” by James Allen. The premise of this book is that we will do according as we think. And we will never do something that is not first a part of our thought process.
During my presentation, I mentioned a prospective client whose entity structure was likely to cost him over $200,000 in taxes if all he did was refinance his real estate.
Early this morning I arrived in Calgary, Alberta, Canada to teach at Greg Hasbritt’s Master Wealth real estate seminar. My topic? U.S. tax strategies.
Many clients of ProVision have chosen as their preferred growth asset category stock and option trading. When done properly and with the right set of systems, this category and be very lucrative.
We all know how important reducing taxes can be for our family finances, especially in these difficult times. But are some tax strategies better than others?
We received an interesting email from a long-time client today. She asked to be removed from our email list (though stay as a client) because she does not like our emphasis on reducing taxes.
Yesterday, my son, Sam, closed on his first home. Sam is a senior in high school and will attend the university next year.
Here we are less than a month from the due date of tax returns. Most of you are scrambling to get your information together for your accountant. You hope the tax bite is not too big this year.
This is the time of year when all Americans think about their tax situation and what they might do differently to reduce their heavy tax burden.
My son, Max, is bipolar. Even with proper medication, he has days when he is very “up” and days when he is very “down.” But, like most bipolar individuals, he is very intelligent.