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Do You Know a Good Attorney?

By Keith Taxguy / August 6, 2016 / 0 Comments

Over the years I have used attorneys for a variety of needs. When I started a hedge fund the initial deposit was $25,000 and I was happy to pay it. We laugh at lawyer jokes and sometimes lawyers deserve the bad rap they get, but most of the time attorneys are a powerful part of…

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Financial Planning and the Death of a Spouse

By Keith Taxguy / June 15, 2016 / 0 Comments

There are critical times in the course of life when financial independence is at risk of destruction. A lifetime of planning, saving, and investing can go up in smoke in a few short years without an adequate plan to protect the most vulnerable member of a marriage (or any relationship, for that matter) after the…

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Retire Early With Rental Properties

By Keith Taxguy / February 19, 2016 / 15 Comments

People serious about early retirement turn to rental real estate to turbo-charge the process. Saving and investing can get you to retirement fast. With real estate you can go from zero to retired in a few years. It does require careful planning to make it work. There are three steps in successful income property ownership:…

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My Side of the Desk

By Keith Taxguy / January 15, 2016 / 9 Comments

Will Durant, the great 20th Century American philosopher and historian wrote in the Preface of his Story of Civilization: The Age of Napoleon: “By the middle of the twentieth century,” says the Encyclopaedia Britannica (XVI, 10a), “the literature on Napoleon already numbered more than 100,000 volumes.” Why add to the heap? We offer no better…

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