Expense and tax savings strategies for high income earners – a guide that will help you reduce your taxes and investment expenses.
Are income taxes dragging you and your portfolio down, reducing your REAL overall return?
Do you know how much you are paying in fees and investment expenses?
As an investor, what exactly are you supposed to do to reduce and manage expenses and income taxes?
Both taxes and expenses are unavoidable, and will always be part of your net worth building journey. However, there is definitely *good news* – both of these necessary evils of investing are controllable, they are minimizable, and there are expense and income tax strategies to help you reduce them!
In this video, Towerpoint Wealth President Joseph Eschleman explains nine specific ways to keep expenses and income taxes in check, including: Five income tax reduction strategies to minimize the impact of income taxes on your portfolio AND four expense reduction strategies to keep more of your money working for you.
Are you a real estate investor? Would you like to learn how to reduce and minimize the income taxes you pay on your real estate portfolio? Join our Associate Wealth Advisor, Megan Miller, and President, Joseph F. Eschleman, CIMA®, as they discuss how to better manage the tax liability of your real estate investing!
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