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Real Estate Planning And Prosperity By $2 Publishing House
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Realty gurus make their riches off of the 1 in 100 deals some of the times. These sorts of deals frequently make more for investors than most people bring-in in a year or even a whole lifetime for... More > bigger commercial properties. You are able to do this as frequently as a few times per month if you’re willing to work at utilizing proven techniques and solid marketing principles. This powerful tool will provide you with everything you need to know to be a success and achieve your goal of investiong in real estate. While the realty market will constantly have its ups and downs, there is commonly a way to make cash if you know which areas are most profitable. Foreclosures still supply a way to enter the market and make cash off your investment, provided that you work hard and have good fortune.< Less
Best Zero Tax Planning Tools By Tim Voorhees
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Zero Tax Planning involves the integration of proven charitable and non-charitable tools. Such planning can help most taxpayers minimize taxes, improve lifetime income, increase transfers to family... More > members, and augment charitable giving potential. This book reveals a time-tested covenantal process used to implement hundreds of zero tax plans while helping clients identify more planning resources, crystalize their purpose statements, unite their advisers, clarify their values, select and customize the best planning tools, and prepare heirs to perpetuate a meaningful legacy. The final chapters share practical case studies. Appendices summarize the most common tools, services, adviser roles, and planning questions.< Less
Mañana Doesn’t Mean Tomorrow By David Kindopp
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David Kindopp owned and operated a real estate brokerage for many years in Northern California. He learned to sail on San Francisco Bay and soon discovered that sailing and Mexico was a combination... More > he could not resist. During a visit to Mazatlan he determined he would chuck his brokerage life in California and bring a sailboat to that beach town and try his hand at a charter business. Sacrificing home and hearth and “security” at the altar of a mid-life Mexican dream cost him his business and his marriage. Undeterred, he found a vintage ketch, made it ready for the ocean, and cast off. Come join the odyssey of sailing to Mazatlán – working with Mexican “partners”, negotiating tourist ladies, expats, the federales (almost being thrown into a Mexican jail), laughter, lust, love, and the adventure of a lifetime. David currently lives in Northern California, where he is planning more adventures in Mexico.< Less