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Immigrant life in Iceland has surprisingly been a smooth transition for me. I think part of that has to do with the fact that there are certain things in the country that have made living here easy. Of course it is important to mention that what I point out in this episode are based on my own experience and will vary from person to person. In this podcast episode, I go over 5 specific things that come to mind when I think about what has made immigrant life in Iceland easier as I continue to learn and adjust to the country. Taxes for Expats Thank you to Taxes for Expats for sponsoring this podcast episode. I'm incredibly grateful for this awesome tax service because they make my life a million times easier when it comes time to file in the US. Their online platform is intuitive, and you get matched up with a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) that thoroughly works on your taxes to make sure you are fully compliant regarding filing your taxes. Every year, it is a headache for me to get it done but not anymore because I know I can rely on Taxes for Expats to handle the paperwork for me. Here is the list of the 5 things that make immigrant life easier that I talk about in the episode: Getting my taxes down by Taxes for Expats - crucial for immigrant life if you want to stay compliant with the tax laws in your home countryHaving community (in-person and online)Seeing familiar products from the US in stores in IcelandEnglish is widely spoken hereBeing able to get shipments for a good price via iHerb.comI often get asked by people from around the world how they can move to Iceland. It varies for everyone, but I recommend checking out this video to get an idea of what visas are available to you and much more.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJJZdsXsFus Random Fact of the Episode One of the funny things to me is that I have totally taken on the habit of Icelanders where they bring an empty suitcase with them when they go on vacation. It is often so expensive to buy clothes and certain products here, that it can be less expensive to buy a plane ticket and bulk shop for things out of the country. Icelandic Word of the Episode Innflytjandi - immigrant Share this post Share on facebook Facebook Share on pinterest Pinterest Share on twitter Twitter Let's Be Social. Here is where we can connect. Instagram Youtube Facebook Þakka þér kærlega fyrir að hlusta (og að lesa) og sjáumst fljótlega.Thank you kindly for listening (and reading) and see you soon!
Debt, Investing, Taxes, Savings, Insurance As heard on this episode: Zander: https://bit.ly/2Xbn7hD Sign up for a FREE trial of Ramsey+ TODAY: https://bit.ly/3rZTUAx Tools to get you started: Debt Calculator: https://bit.ly/2Q64HME Insurance Coverage Checkup: https://bit.ly/3sXwUn5 Complete Guide to Budgeting: https://bit.ly/3utmVXi Check out more Ramsey Network podcasts: https://bit.ly/3fHhbVE
Ricochet.com Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel is in for Jim today. Join Greg and Jon as they welcome Sen. Sinema’s demands of no tax hikes on corporations, individuals, or capital gains. They also hammer Pres. Biden for pushing for the guaranteed boondoggle of high-speed rail, but Biden also admits the real goal is to get your car […]
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Matt welcomes Founder and CEO of American Majority, Ned Ryun to the program. The Stupid Money on the Right Rides the Grift Train. Corporations are raising prices. U.S. Propane market prepares for "Armageddon" and FDA to mix and match vaccines.
The recently enacted child credit tax payments have promised great benefits, but recent research from the University of Chicago suggests otherwise. Justin and Lance break down the findings of the research and propose a more effective way to help impoverished children. tags: tsou, justin weller, lance jackson, children, education, money, poverty, school, taxes, politics, government, biden, credit, program
Many Democrats are in support of a plan to have banks hand over accountholders' information if they do $10,000 a year in transactions. The policy is designed to catch tax cheats. But Utah Congressman Blake Moore is coming out strongly against the plan. He talks with Boyd about his concerns for regular Americans' privacy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Mark and Dan discuss the current MEME stocks being traded right now, cash secured put writing, taxes , leaps contracts, leveraged ETFs, hedging and much more.
We finish off our discussion about how the richest amongst us somehow pay the least amount of taxes...to contact me:email@example.comSource:https://www.propublica.org/article/the-secret-irs-files-trove-of-never-before-seen-records-reveal-how-the-wealthiest-avoid-income-tax
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Some call it a P.R. stunt to get more people buy products form Amazon. Chris Janeway, the founder of Fourth Point Wealth, says all the billionaires who are launching rockets into space are trying to build a cult following around their brand names. Chris says stock prices at Amazon, Tesla, and Virgin didn't move much on the days when each of those company's owners launched rockets, including the day William Shatner went into space. Instead, he says many people are investing thier money the way they deal with traffic congestion. And that's a very bad thing. Because he says it isn't exciting to invest your money the right way. You can follow this show on Instagram and on Facebook. And to see what Heather does when she's not talking money, go to her personal Twitter page. Be sure to email Heather your questions and request topics you'd like her to cover here. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In a bombshell report...Propublica has obtained the tax information from some of the wealthiest people in the nation and the small amount of taxes they paid is staggering.Join me as I dive in!To contact me:firstname.lastname@example.orgSource:https://www.propublica.org/article/the-secret-irs-files-trove-of-never-before-seen-records-reveal-how-the-wealthiest-avoid-income-tax
Debt, Retirement, Taxes, Savings, Home Buying As heard on this episode: SimpliSafe: https://bit.ly/37NBd9g Churchill Mortgage: https://bit.ly/2JcfkGy Sign up for a FREE trial of Ramsey+ TODAY: https://bit.ly/3rZTUAx Tools to get you started: Debt Calculator: https://bit.ly/2Q64HME Insurance Coverage Checkup: https://bit.ly/3sXwUn5 Complete Guide to Budgeting: https://bit.ly/3utmVXi Check out more Ramsey Network podcasts: https://bit.ly/3fHhbVE
In this episode, John and the gang discuss the newly coming tax bills and how they may affect your taxes as well as your paychecks. John lays down the groundwork of how tax bills function and how the government is able to continue to push these tax bills. We want to know more about your situations so we can create better tailored content. John and the team can be reached at email@example.com. Reach out to us so we can get you or your segment featured on the show!
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This week on Hubwonk (our debut video & audio edition), Host Joe Selvaggi talks with research analyst Andrew Mikula about the findings from his recent report, A Timely Tax Cut, in which he explored the relationship between state tax rates and policy and the direction of interstate migration. Guest Andrew Mikula is a former Economic […]
How to calculate modified adjusted gross income (MAGI) for Medicare IRMAA, Social Security benefits when you're planning to FIRE (Financial Independence / Retire Early), family Social Security benefits for those with minor children, and a strategy to qualify for the Obamacare ACA subsidy. Plus, Roth conversions prior to early retirement, and untangling stock options, long-term incentives (LTI), and restricted share units (RSU). Show notes, free resources, Ask Joe & Al On Air: https://bizlink.to/ymyw-348
From work from home, to deductions, to Wayfair, it's clear that state and local taxes (SALT) have become critical in the tax world. While the larger focus used to sit squarely on federal taxes, the industry lens seems to be shifting toward SALT more and more. State and local taxes can seem complicated, especially in a nearly post-pandemic economy where so many taxpayers are still working remotely. How does the federal tax realm compare to SALT?On today's episode of the Taxgirl podcast, Kelly is joined by Jamie Szal to chat about why this shift is happening and why SALT is so crucial to today's tax landscape. Jamie is a tax attorney at Brann and Isaacson, where she focuses on assisting businesses with state and local tax controversy matters from audits and administrative proceedings through civil litigation. She is a graduate of Trinity College, and earned her JD from Northeastern University School of Law. Listen to Kelly and Jamie talk about the impact of state and local taxes:Beginning with a BA in International Studies, Jamie chats about her diverse background and what led her to specializing in state and local taxes. On the brink of a new job with a US intelligence agency, Jamie realized she was more interested in the context and legal specifics of the ordeal and decided to pursue law school instead. Jamie says, “The last three years since [the Wayfair verdict] has been like the wild west.” It opened the doors for states to go after businesses that didn't have a physical footprint. The complexity and nuance to state and local tax can be extremely overwhelming, even to professionals. Jamie shares how she's learned to stay focused and on top of her practice over the years. What does Jamie think could happen down the line as a continued result of the Wayfair case? How might the federal code and statutes interact with these new ideals? In this modern age, to what degree are company websites considered when evaluating commerce and taxes across state lines? Is there an anticipated aggressive audit cycle to come as we emerge from the pandemic? How are states making proactive movements to gain information for any audits? What are the underlying causes that could be motivating these initiatives? As someone who specializes in SALT, what does Jamie spend most of her time working on? She says she spends a fair bit of time in the litigation world, as well as a lot of time deep in strategic planning conversations. Jamie also says the procedural side of SALT is just as varied as the code itself. Everything depends on the fine print of the local laws and jurisdictions. How does she go about nailing down those specifics and finding seasoned experts in certain regions of interest? The value of LinkedIn can't be understated. From searching for clients to expanding a vast network, Jamie sings the praises of LinkedIn, especially when it comes to finding niche experts in her field. Kelly and Jamie chat briefly about their experiences as women in the tax world, and how the demographic may be shifting in the future, even as soon as post-pandemic. Jamie says she's noticed a significant difference between women in the public tax sector versus the private sector, maybe because of hours or flexible scheduling. How can women in tax “balance” their careers, lives, and families without feeling like they're sacrificing time in any area? What are Jamie's dream career goals? She says she would love to work on another supreme court case. More about Kelly: Kelly is the creator and host of the Taxgirl podcast series. Kelly is a practicing tax attorney with considerable experience and knowledge. She works with taxpayers like you every day. One of the things that she does is help folks out of tax jams, and hopefully, keep others from getting into them. You can find out more about Kellyhttps://www.taxgirl.com/about-taxgirl/ ( here) and you can follow her...
In this episode, Ryan discusses the power in your associations and a three-step framework to begin auditing and editing your associations.The episode starts with a brief recap of RISE UP Live and why you should be there at all costs.Right after, Ryan discusses the power of a network and, more specifically, those three steps that you can take to begin auditing and assessing your network. Why is this important? Because there is true power in the power of proximity.If you want more, you need to start expecting more out of yourself, expecting more out of your network, and expecting more out of your associations.Because there is so much power in association, there's also disempowerment in your associations. It's just a matter of what side of that stick you're going to stand on. Key Takeaways:Introduction (0:00)RISE UP Live 2021 recap (1:06)You must have a vision and a purpose to get started (12:26)Measure people in your life based on your principles (13:45)Find a tribe that shares some of your preferences and hobbies (15:23)Should you cut some people out of your life? (20:43)Additional Resources:Join Our CashFlow Tactics GroupTake Our FREE 5-day CashFlow Tactics Challenge
Today we are talking about taxes and more specifically how you can set up your tax structures when it comes to your real estate investing business. With the caveat that none of what you will hear today constitutes individual tax advice, let's dive in with Steve Moskowitz. Steve has over 30 years of experience as a tax attorney. His mission is to help smaller businesses and individuals deal with complicated tax issues. 0:00 Intro1:06 Steve Moskowitz on why he loves taxes3:15 Tax complexity3:59 Setting up tax structures12:33 Cost segregation analysis16:19 Qualifying as a real estate professional21:32 The benefits of Delaware Statutory Trusts24:59 Urban Catalyst ad27:06 What the Pandora Papers mean33:06 Understanding the pass through deduction39:10 What happens when you get audited41:57 How long should you hold tax documents?46:00 Opportunity zones48:24 Potential tax changes 49:48 Thoughts on crypto53:43 What's most important for real estate investors to know?
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Today I had Karlton Dennis on the show talking about how he's built an enormous tax company that saves business owners and real estate investors a lot of money on their annual tax bill. If you want to learn how I save money on taxes as well, make sure to stick around!Join Karlton Dennis' Mentorship:https://www.patreon.com/karltondennis_____________________________________________________Download my book, RAISE+ Planner, real estate contracts, and newsletter for FREE. Also check out all my courses and programs. https://ryanpineda.comGo Subscribe to my main channel "Ryan Pineda". https://www.youtube.com/c/ryanpinedaText Me: 1-702-297-6328I communicate directly with you! Exclusive content and giveaways.Want to be coached by me? Apply at https://futureflipper.comLet my company make you passive income through Amazon Automation! Watch the case study at http://lunarecom.comWant to invest in real estate but don't have the time to find deals? Invest through Fundrise!https://fundrise.com/Need Tax and Accounting help? Contact my CPA Firm! https://TrueBooksCPA.com/Are you a Realtor in Las Vegas, NV? Join my Brokerage! https://ForeverHomeLV.com/If you're just starting out and you want to market directly to sellers, I highly recommend using BatchLeads. We currently use them in our business to pull lists, stack lists, get phone numbers, text, and find property values. It is an amazing service that will help you get deals on any budget!Promo Code: HOMERUN for half off y
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There are two things that are certain, Death and Taxes. One day you and I will end. However before we get to that end we can allow ourselves to choose the way of the inspired. Today's episode is what you need to start moving to your next level.
SSA Benefits Increasing 2022 65 million Americans receives a monthly payout Beneficiaries are getting their biggest "raise" in nearly four decades COLA for 2022 came in at 5.9% the biggest increase since 1983 - 7.4% For context, last year it increased by 1.3% ***designed to keep beneficiaries on par with inflation and not help them "get ahead." Seniorsleague.org did a study in 2019 and determined that the purchasing power of Social Security benefits have lost 33% since the year 2000 FRA or Full Retirement Age is increasing 2 months from 66 years and 10 months for persons born in 1959 to 67 years for anyone born in 1960 or later. Prior to FRA permanent reduction to your monthly payout. Wait after FRA, can receive more than 100% If you wait till past age 70 you can receive 132% https://www.ssa.gov/benefits/retirement/planner/1943-delay.html High earners will pay more in taxes Last year, the Social Security program collected just shy of $1.12 trillion in income. Approximately $1 trillion was the result of the 12.4% payroll tax on earned income (wages and salary, but not investment income). This year the payroll tax was up to $142,800 2022 rising by $4,200 to $147,000 which affects about 6% of Americans - extra $520.80 Maximum monthly payouts are increasing This year maximum monthly benefits at full retirement age were capped at $3,148. 2022, the maximum monthly payout is increasing by $197 a month to $3,345. How to receive max payout Wait until FRA Work at least 35 years Perfectly hit or surpass the maximum taxable earnings cap for the 35 years the SSA uses to calculate their monthly payout. #BetterWealth www.betterwealth.com
In this week's episode, Brad and Jonathan discuss how critical it is to fully understand what the statistics and numeric values describing your investment returns actually represent. They do so by describing what compound annual growth rate is, explaining the logic behind the 4 percent rule, and by referencing helpful insights gained in previous episodes of ChooseFI! Later in the show, the guys are joined by Rob Phelan from “The Simple Startup” to discuss second generation FI, the benefits of teaching children and teenagers about entrepreneurship, and Rob's new children's book M is for Money! Rob Phelan Website: The Simple Startup Book: M is for Money Resources Mentioned In Today's Conversation ChooseFI's Future Value of Investment Calculator Early Retirement Now Making Portfolio Adjustments With Big ERN | ChooseFI Episode 199 How Do I Figure Out the Taxes on This? | ChooseFI Episode 346 Flexible Spending Rules For Early Retirees | ChooseFI Episode 176 What Happens When The Paycheck Stops? – Keys To A Successful Retirement With Fritz Gilbert (Part 1) | ChooseFI Episode 206 102 Business Ideas for Kids | Simple Startup with Arianna and Sheila | ChooseFI Episode 308 Future Proof | ChooseFI Episode 271 Want to start your own journey to Financial Independence? Sign up for the free 5-Day FI Challenge here!
Episode 377. Topic: Aging populations. Theme: Retirement finance. How are age ratios expected to change in the next century? Why does this matter? How can we keep social programs running with a smaller working population?Twitter: @3minutelessonEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgNew episode every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday!
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Ep 129: Anti-vaxxers & organ donations, Idaho Lt Gov auditions for a promotion, FOX wants disabled vets to pay more in taxes, and GOP lawmaker says vaccine has "tentacle monster". --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tom-powell-jr/message
In today's episode, Ryan shares the remarkable story of Jake Kelfer on how to develop a championship mindset.Jake is someone Ryan recently came in contact with, and while he doesn't usually do interviews with people he has just barely met, once Ryan got to know Jake and what he was up to, he had to bring him on the show. Why? Because he elevates people to achieve their definition of success and happiness by taking massive action. As you know, the critical piece to anyone's Game Plan is taking massive action. At the same time, Jake helps you invest in relationships and have fun along the way.So join us on this interview, where we dive into:Jake's interesting backstoryWhere he started and why he became an authorHow you can learn some lessons to elevate and excel your Game Plan and your lifeSo guys, join us on the podcast, and let's dive right in.Key Takeaways:Introduction (0:00)The Elevated Entrepreneur book is coming soon (2:46)What is success for Jake Kelfer? (4:14)Where did this journey begin for you? (7:48)Is there ever a time when you've won, and it's time to stop? (15:30)Jake's number-one piece of advice for someone looking for financial success (26:07)Additional Resources:Join Our CashFlow Tactics GroupTake Our FREE 5-day CashFlow Tactics Challenge
Taxes are looked at so negatively by most people, but taxation is actually one of the most powerful tools for wealth creation—and today, you'll learn why! I'm speaking with Tom Wheelwright. Tom is an entrepreneur, best selling author, Rich Dad Advisor® and international authority on tax, whose goal in life is to make taxes fun, easy & understandable. He's dedicated his life to learning and studying the tax law and has taught thousands of investors around the world how to permanently reduce their taxes. He has been a keynote speaker at Rich Dad conferences worldwide with Robert Kiyosaki and his work has been featured in hundreds of media outlets, including Forbes, The Huffington Post, Accounting Today, CFO Magazine, ABC News Radio, and Entrepreneur Magazine. In today's discussion, you'll hear the real truth about taxes. If you want to follow the rules of the rich, gain more control over your money, and permanently pay less taxes so you can build wealth faster, don't miss this episode with Tom Wheelwright! Here's just some of the things we get into: How the infrastructure bill will affect your taxes The blueprint for paying less taxes—legally! Understanding tax deductions and credits—and why your retirement plan is working against you! Leveraging private equity to receive more tax benefits. How to follow the smart money and avoid government controlled plans. How to lower risk and gain more control over your money. Why you don't have to break the law to reduce your taxes! What it's like to work with Robert Kiyosaki. Why the government will pay you to make certain investments. Connect with Tom Wheelwright Want the Full Show Notes? To get access to the full show notes, including audio, transcripts, and links to all the resources mentioned, visit JustinDonald.com/51 Free Gifts from Tom Wheelwright Get Tom's Cryptocurrency Tax Guide, to learn how cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum are taxed, and what you can do to avoid paying crypto capital gains! To get access to this free gift, visit JustinDonald.com/51 Get the Lifestyle Investor Book! To get access to The Lifestyle Investor: The 10 Commandments of Cashflow Investing for Passive Income and Financial Freedom visit JustinDonald.com/book Rate & Review If you enjoyed today's episode of The Lifestyle Investor, hit the subscribe button on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Castbox, Google Podcasts, iHeart Radio, or wherever you listen, so future episodes are automatically downloaded directly to your device. You can also help by providing an honest rating & review. Reviews go a long way in helping us build awareness so that we can impact even more people. THANK YOU! Connect with Justin Donald Facebook YouTube Instagram LinkedIn Twitter
Covid pills and cancelled flights. Texas's abortion law stutters. The US has a spying problem and North Korea thinks they're invincible, "literally". Debts and Taxes and even worse unemployment news. YouTube is attacking it's users with a machete, figuratively. WE ARE JOINED BY A VERY SPECIAL GUEST to talk about headlines claiming the Zodiac killer has been identified. And some very insightful listener messages in our DMs. All that and more, on this week's episode of None Taken. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/None_Taken /support
Clement Manyathela speaks to Chantelle Gladwin-Wood, Partner at Schindlers Attorneys and Chairperson, Johannesburg Attorneys Association about property rates, levies and taxes See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
President Biden said no one making under $400,000 will see their federal taxes go up. That's a lie... In fact, under his plan, an average family who earns over $50,000 will see a tax increase. That was a quote from Republican House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy on September 30 while discussing the Biden $3.5 trillion Build Back Better plan now being debated in congress. Here's a quote from President Biden: I give you my word as a Biden: If you make under $400,000 a year, I'll never raise your taxes one cent. But, I'm going to make those at the top start to pay their share in taxes. One of these guys is lying. But as they say, "There are three types of lies -- lies, damn lies, and statistics." While facts are always facts, when things get complex, politicians tend to manipulate statistics to fit their desired outcome. Nonetheless, one of these guys is more right than the other one. Should the proposal pass, either taxes are going to go up for the middle class, or they're not. That's what this week's "Money!" podcast is about: cutting through the rhetoric and finding out exactly what Biden's Build Back Better social spending plan promises to do, who it will affect and who's really going to be on the hook to pay for it. As you listen, keep in mind this is a moving target. The bill is likely to have major changes and spending reductions before it passes, if it passes at all. But if nothing else, we thought it would make for a fascinating glimpse at how something as seemingly simple as how policies are paid for is often anything but. As usual, my co-host will be financial journalist Miranda Marquit. Listening in and sometimes contributing is producer and novice investor Aaron Freeman. Want more information? Check out these resources: GOP: Analysis: Biden Tax Hikes Hit Middle Class Associated Press: What's the price of Biden's plan? Democrats drive for zero Heritage Foundation (Conservative Think Tank): Will Biden's Spending Bill Hike Taxes on Those Making Less Than $400,000? Heritage Foundation: 8 Things You Need to Know About Democrats' Tax Increase Bill Tax Foundation (right-leaning): Placing the House Build Back Better Act Tax Increases in Historical Context Tax Foundation (right-leaning) Build Back Better Act: Details & Analysis of the $3.5 Trillion Budget Reconciliation Bill Center for American Progress (Liberal) The House Ways and Means Build Back Better Bill Is a First Step Toward a Fairer Tax Code The White House: The Build Back Better Agenda KPMG: Legislative update: House Budget Committee's report on “Build Back Better Act” Washington Post: With big tax push, Democrats aim to tackle enormous gains of top 1 percent Subscribe to the Money Talks News newsletter Take our course The Only Retirement Guide You'll Ever Need Take our course Money Made Simple Miranda Marquit's website Chris Orestis, Retirement Genius: RetirementGenius.com Become a member: https://www.moneytalksnews.com/members/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
William Shatner is heading to space at age 90, supply issues are causing issues in the economy (and delaying Jay's car repair). Plus Varsity Blues trials, low appraisals causing problems with home sales and refinancing. Plus plus expansion of loan forgiveness, Allstate/Big Brother is watching you drive and yes, more talk about Bitcoin.
Many companies now offer tuition reimbursement as a benefit to employment. Dr. Jill Buban, the General Manager and V.P. of EdAssist Solutions explains why workers should take advantage of it. She also discusses why businesses are having to add this perk to their hiring packages and what they gain. You can follow this show on Instagram and on Facebook. And to see what Heather does when she's not talking money, go to her personal Twitter page. Be sure to email Heather your questions and request topics you'd like her to cover here. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Whenever you have the money, it is the best time to invest. The caveat is that you must have a customized, well thought out plan that you can stick with over the long term. The market will always give you an excuse to wait. The problem is that waiting has proven to cost investors sitting on the sidelines huge amounts every year. Markets are rallying this week on an agreement to raise the debt ceiling temporarily, the COVID delta variant is declining, and Russia is agreeing to pump more oil. Does this mean you should wait until markets go down? No, because without the structure and process to get invested, you will always find a way to put off investing until next week. When markets were going down aggressively as they did in March 2020, you would have said: “I'll just wait until they go lower.” No one rings a bell for you that the market has bottomed. Calling market bottoms and tops is purely luck. Anyone telling you differently has something to sell you. Something to keep an eye on is the release of the Pandora Papers. This is a follow-up release to the Panama Papers by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. It is fascinating to see hugely influential world leaders and celebrities doing whatever they can to evade taxes. A key distinction here: tax avoidance is perfectly legal and should be implemented as part of tax planning for anyone paying large amounts of taxes. Tax evasion is never worth the risk, especially when you are high profile.EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS:(4:19) Markets are rallying from the recent sell-off because some of the uncertainty over the debt ceiling has been removed. Republican and Democrat leadership have agreed to fund the government through December.(4:35) Is now a good time to invest? It's always a good time to invest. Markets reward investors over the long term. (6:10) Wall Street has a playbook of calling you when the brokers see markets decline. They then tell you to buy the dip like they alone can predict the future. This is salesman 101 trickery at its core. The reality is your investment plan should already be fully invested. Sitting on the sidelines is harmful to your financial priorities. (8:00) Returns have been above average so far year to date. Volatility is elevated but at historically normal levels. Markets will always give you a reason to wait to get invested. They are very good at appearing like they can't keep going up. All of the data that exists for long term investors tells us otherwise. (9:30) March 2020 and the perfect time to invest. The problem is the entire world was shutting down and uncertainty of the future of the world economy was at its highest. It only now looks like it was a no brainer with the benefit of hindsight.(10:20) The real question is, when would you feel comfortable investing? Creating a financial plan and sticking to it with a long-term philosophy is how you achieve success in investing.(12:30) There will be another financial crisis. They have happened many times in history so they should be expected in the future. It is the price of admission for the returns of the market. The way to take advantage of it is to have a customized financial plan with a portfolio implemented to make you financially bulletproof through these periods. (14:20) Volatility in the equity market should not be affecting your priorities. If it is, you do not have a good financial strategy/advisor.(15:20) Recognize your human capital as the asset it is. Converting your human capital to financial capital over time is what creates generational wealth.(16:35) Atomic Habits by James Clear, “Professional stick to the schedule, Amateurs let life get in the way.” (17:45) Whenever you have the money, it is a good time to invest. But you must have a well thought out plan that is diversified across markets and a long term philosophy. Without it you are just a rudderless ship at the mercy of the wind.
In today's episode, Ryan discusses how inflation is deteriorating the American economy and how it will eventually make it crash.Ryan brings some fire to the podcast as he shares with you his views of the inevitable chaos and uncertainty that is not only coming to the American way of life but, in many respects, is already upon us.If “savers are losers,” ultimately, what that means is that value of that money is going to deteriorate and fade away while it sits in your account.Inflation is going to deteriorate your savings and eventually crush the American economy in the coming years. These issues are coming, and most of us are refusing to look at them. That's why you don't want to miss today's episode because besides discussing the situation, Ryan shares with you a set of four steps to thrive amid uncertainty, challenges, and difficult times.Key Takeaways:Introduction (0:00)Get your house in order (6:46)Raise your financial IQ (13:49)Develop a compelling vision for your life right now (18:37)Have faith in a higher purpose for your life (21:06)You have to stop waiting (27:48)Additional Resources:Join Our CashFlow Tactics GroupTake Our FREE 5-day CashFlow Tactics Challenge
Government pension funds are in bad shape, and taxpayers could take the hit to make good on the financial shortfalls. Could your taxes be going up? Steve Forbes on the public pension crisis and the fundamental problem with payouts defined by unrealistic political promises, and on what states and municipalities should do differently before the lack of money forces a crisis.Steve Forbes shares his What's Ahead Spotlights each Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Taxes don't have to be scary. With the right knowledge, they can be leveraged to help grow your generational wealth. With your unique lifestyle as a w-2 earner and/or a passive investor, Every specific situation and role has different taxes that may or may not benefit you. When it comes to understanding taxes, who are the right people to talk to? What are the right questions to ask? Brandon Hall tells his background as a CPA and how you can avoid that big scary hairy monster we all call taxes. To find out more about partnering or investing in a multifamily deal schedule a call here https://calendly.com/threekeysinvestments/get-acquainted-callDownload a free e-book on Why Invest in Multifamily at ThreeKeysInvestments.comPlease RSS: Review, Subscribe, Share!Support the show (and my reading addiction)! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/AskMeHowIKnow To find out more and to connect with Brandon go to:https://taxsmartinvestors.com/https://www.therealestatecpa.com/
On this episode of Financially Naked: Stories from The Financial Gym, our hosts Jenny Harp, a Denver-based Level 3 Financial Trainer, and Kadri Austin, and they are going to Gymsplain the different types of Employer Stock Compensation Plans. Here are some terms you may have seen which they will discuss: ESPP - Employee Stock Purchase Plan RSU - Restricted Stock Units Employee Stock Options ISO - Incentive Stock Options NQO - Non Qualified Stock Options Exercise Grant Price Market Price Capital Gains Taxes Vested vs Unvested Mentioned In This Episode: Blog Post: Investing Options with Your Employer Podcast: Cryptocurrency Decrypted Meet The Trainers Jenny Harp - NYC Kadri Augustin
Join Greg and Rob Long as they try to figure out exactly what’s causing hundreds of Southwest Airlines flights to be cancelled for the third day in a row. The airline is clearly lying but is this resistance to the vaccine mandate or something else? And if it is about the mandates, what happens next? […]
In this week's episode, Brad and Jonathan examine the concept of assets and where they fit in your general tax strategy. Together, they discuss the different factors that effect how and when you pay your taxes, compare the differences between Roth IRA's and 401k's, and explore potentially beneficial ways in which after-tax investments and 401k's overlap! Resources Mentioned In Today's Conversation The Unfair (FI) Advantage Of Teachers 457b | ChooseFI Episode 13 The Millionaire Educator's 2021 Free Money Article Subscribe To ChooseFI's Weekly Newsletter Want to start your own journey to Financial Independence? Sign up for the free 5-Day FI Challenge here!