As we all reflect on the actions of the government we US Americans have just supported with our tax money, I thought it would be a good day to read to you a very helpful essay called, The Law.
511 – Friday Q&A: Should I Use my 401(k) Money to Invest in Real Estate with a Self-Directed IRA, What Questions Could a Client Ask their Financial Advisor for a More Productive Relationship, Do I Risk the Wrath of the IRS by Moving From Sole Proprietor to
It’s Friday! That means Q&A time. Today we cover: Should I Use my 401(k) Money to Invest in Real Estate with a Self-Directed IRA? What Questions Could a Client Ask their Financial Advisor for a More Productive Relationship? And more!
I thought we could have a useful philosophical discussion about taxation. My challenge to you today is to answer these questions, for yourself.
It’s tax-time! That means that you face a problem: how should you do your taxes? Here are my thoughts on the matter!
As with most taxes, the Obamacare tax penalty is, in some ways, optional. In today’s show I teach you all of the ways that I know to escape it!
392 – How to Fight Local Gov to Lower Your Local Tax Bill (aka, An Antidote to Your Current Political Depression): Interview with Paul Dorr from RollBackLocalGov.com
Paul Dorr specializes in helping ordinary people organize themselves politically in order to defeat local tax increases. And he’s very good at his job!
361 – The Power of If: If You Don’t Like the Laws (Especially the Financial Laws), Avoid the Conditions that Cause You to be Subject to Them
Discover ways to build more freedom and independence (especially in the area of taxes) by understanding the laws that you’re subjected to!
328: Friday Q&A – The Language of Marginal Tax Deductions, Volunteering as an Income Tax Preparer for Low Income People, and Are Cash Value Life Insurance Policies a Good Place for an Emergency Fund
Today we discuss the language of marginal tax deductions, volunteering as an income tax preparer for low income people and more!
Will you pay less taxes when investing in a Traditional IRA or a Roth IRA? Do you know? Are you sure? If you’re not sure, the answer may surprise you.