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Alligator Skin: The Sure-Fire Way to Self-Improvement

Filed in General by on April 17, 2019 0 Comments
Alligator Skin: The Sure-Fire Way to Self-Improvement

I was holding my new born daughter, Maddie, on a spring night in 2008. The house was quiet, and I left her room dark as I soothed her back to sleep. I was exhausted but I did not want to let her go. I was in the middle of the hardest time in my life […]

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FINANCIAL DEFENSE The True Path to Wealth

Filed in Investment Secrets by on April 12, 2019 0 Comments
FINANCIAL DEFENSE The True Path to Wealth

“Congratulations! You play fantastic offense” This was said sarcastically by Thomas J Stanley in his famous book, The Millionaire Next Door. I have not read or listened to this book in more than eight years, but I still remember this phrase. That one, and the millionaire saying, “I drink two types or beer. Budweiser and […]

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BIG TAX BENEFITS? Qualified Opportunity Zones

Filed in Market Information by on March 29, 2019 0 Comments
BIG TAX BENEFITS? Qualified Opportunity Zones

I received another call last week about someone wanting to invest in an Opportunity Zone (OZ). I asked “Why?” and they said, “To save on taxes and make more money.” Ok, I understand and that is a good answer, but what is the plan? How will you save money on taxes? How much will you […]

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The Single Member LLC – Should I Use One?

Filed in Fix and Flip, General by on November 7, 2018 0 Comments
The Single Member LLC – Should I Use One?

Correct use of entities in a real estate investing business is one of the most common mistakes I see investors making. A Single Member Limited Liability Company or SMLLC, being the most common. In the states we work, we are lucky to be afforded the opportunity to use SMLLCs because not all states allow them. […]

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Should You Invest In Retirement Accounts?

Filed in Investment Secrets by on October 9, 2018 0 Comments
Should You Invest In Retirement Accounts?

By Travis Sperr: I think of this frequently, “Where is money best invested for the future?” As a real estate investor, I often run the numbers to see how much cash-flow I need to live the way I deserve to in “retirement”. I use quotes around retirement, because I don’t plan to work into the […]

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