Top Tax Credits Every American Should Know

Top Tax credits

With all of these tax credits to choose from, hopefully there is one that can benefit you. Make sure to discuss any of these credits with your tax advisor if you think you qualify.

How to Self-Direct my IRA or 401k

Self-directed IRA

You can actually invest in real estate, promissory notes, precious metals, cryptocurrency, small businesses, and concert tickets, or raw land. Your broker may tell you that you can’t do this and it’s prohibited. They’re blatantly wrong.

How to Maintain My S-Corporation

The S-Corporation can be a powerful structure and tool to save on self-employment taxes and can also protect a business owner’s personal assets from lawsuits that may arise from their operations.

When and How to use the 1031 Exchange

Also, it’s important to remember that a 1031 Exchange requires the taxpayer to purchase more real estate. Some people don’t want to buy more real estate and are ready to move on to another asset class. They have decided that paying the tax is worth it to free up the cash.

The Magic of the Mega Backdoor Roth

Mega Backdoor Roth

Don’t get me wrong, the Mega Roth is amazing, but I would suggest you don’t even think about it unless you’ve seriously considered the other strategies above AND have an extra 50k+ to set aside for savings without the need for a current tax deduction.

Should I put My Spouse on Payroll?

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Now although there are reasons not to put your spouse on payroll, I would argue there are two (2) GOOD REASONS to put a spouse on payroll before year-end. Both of these strategies create great excellent tax deductions and good use of money

Do I Need a Living Trust?- What You Need to Know

Millions of Americans die each year without any type of estate plan in place, and this forces their families into the court system, where they experience huge expenses with probate and significant time delays when they would rather be mourning.

The Power of the Charitable Remainder Trust

Charitable Remainder Trust

The CRT is a very powerful estate planning tool that may enable you to reduce your liability for income and estate taxes, protect your assets AND diversify your assets in a tax-advantaged manner.

Eviction Ban Expires Just in Time to Save Landlords

Eviction Ban Expired

Eviction Ban Expires Just in Time to Save Millions of Landlords It’s the beginning of the month and rent is due! The eviction ban has expired! Landlords can finally collect rent from tenants that haven’t paid rent for months.  The Supreme Court stated that it wouldn’t extend the renter protection past the end of July, […]

When to use an LLLP (Limited Liability Limited Partnerships)

When to use an LLLP…  I have searched far and wide for a good reason to have an LLLP versus using another form of doing business and frankly, I can’t find one. I never recommend them. Although, they have been adopted in now more than 20 states as a more unique asset protection tool, whoever […]

How to Write-off Health Insurance in My Business

write-off health insurance

Health insurance is expensive, and making sure it’s a write-off in your business is a big deal. Regrettably, it’s not as easy as just putting it on your P&L and treating it like office supplies. Health insurance premiums can be deductible. However, they must be reported in a specific way based on your type of […]