InvestorWiz!, you will learn about the various forms and documents
that are used when you have a brokerage account, and you will also gain the
knowledge needed to make your own investment decisions.
With the InvestorWiz! you may teach loved ones about the wonderful world of
investing. You will be able to offer them the knowledge they need in order
to jump on the road toward financial independence. For more information go
through real estate investing depends upon knowledge, a good plan, and
building a team of advisors and mentors who can provide the expert guidance
needed. By examining the three keys of successful real estate
investing--selection, taxation, and protection--REAL ESTATE LOOPHOLES shows
what it takes to make a real estate investment work. AUTHOR BIO: Diane
Kennedy lives in Phoenix, Arizona. Atty. Garrett Sutton lives in Reno,
a shaky economy, where can investors reap profits of 300, 400, and even 500
percent on an investment? Real estate. Through careful planning, a solid
game plan, and true dedication, real estate investors can realize a
remarkable level of financial independence and prosperity with less risk
than with many other investment vehicles. Readers will learn from a bona
fide real estate master, Russ Whitney, whose years of experience have honed
an amazing array of money-making methods.
A different view of investing
than most people have: it takes a plan to be a successful investor. And a
plan is more than simply buying and selling, or collecting "assets" that
bring in no cash and are thus more akin to liabilities. The way most people
invest, "they might as well be pushing a wheelbarrow in a circle," he
writes. A plan is "mechanical, automatic, and boring," a formula for success
that has worked historically for most of those who've used it.
With an introduction by Robert
T. Kiyosaki In easy-to-follow and straightforward language, this invaluable
guide teaches business owners the rules that the wealthy play
by, business owners can take advantage of legal tax deductions to cut their
annual tax payments.
Loopholes of the Rich will reveal how to:
--> Control how much tax you pay and when you pay it
--> Condense 500,000+ pages of IRS tax law into 3 easy rules that keep your
money in your pocket
--> Find the right business structure for your business to pay less tax and
protect what you have
OWN YOUR OWN CORPORATION reveals how private
citizens can take advantage of incorporating themselves and their business
to save thousands of dollars in taxes and protect themselves. Own Your Own Corporation reveals the legal secrets and strategies
that the rich have used for generations to run their businesses and protect their assets. Written in a
clear and easily understandable style
Own Your Own Corporation illustrates how to:
• Select the best entity for your own personal strategy
• Maximize the incredible benefits of a C corporation
• Raise money for your new venture
• Easily prepare and maintain corporate records
You are serious about being a business
success? Then don't buy any other
book until you have read/purchased this one. In fact make sure you buy
it as you will read it more than once.
Communication is the foundation of
society, of our culture, of our humanity, of our own individual identity,
and of all economic systems. This is why networks are such a big deal.
Communication is so close to culture and society itself that the effects of
technologizing it are beyond the scale of a mere industrial-sector cycle.
Communication, and its ally computers, is a special case in economic
history. Not because it happens to be the fashionable leading business
sector of our day, but because its cultural, technological, and conceptual
impacts reverberate at the root of our lives.
Learning to live in the present,
increasing stress tolerance, living each day as if it might be the last, and
accepting imperfections consistently are a few of the lessons taught by Dr.
Richard Carlson. Calm, convincing, confident and effective, Dr. Carlson
stresses the importance of keeping life in perspective, allowing the
important things to gain priority, resulting in a more satisfying and
The stories in the
book are entertaining; they are reminiscent of some of the parables in the
Bible, such as the Prodigal Son or the story of the Workers in the Vineyard.
I think this is intentional on the part of the author; certainly readers in
the 1920s had an appreciation for "old fashioned stories with a moral" that
people today seem to have lost. I enjoy the book greatly, though, and any
thoughtful person who reads the book should find it interesting, especially
if they are trying to get their finances in order.
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