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How to Protect Yourself as a Real Estate Money Partner

One of the more elegant features of the real estate world is the way the whole ecosystem encourages symbiosis. Investors often are stronger together, especially in the face of an obstacle. For most investors, start-up…

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5 Strategies For Protecting The Equity in Your Personal Residence

Equity stripping is something of a varsity-level real estate move, but it’s also an asset protection classic for a reason. The whole idea is to make your property look extremely undesirable on paper, even if…

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The Importance of Anonymity for Your LLC

The Limited Liability Company (LLC) has more than fairly earned its reputation as an excellent foundation for asset protection i. But even the trusty LLC isn’t the be-all and end-all of your asset protection strategy….

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Solo 401(k): What To Know About Your Eligibility, Rules & Regulations

The Solo 401(k) is an increasingly popular way to save for retirement, diversify retirement assets, and protect them from creditors. Fortunately for us savvy savers, the rules about eligibility and what you can do with…

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Solo 401k: Understanding The How, Why & The Basics

The self-directed 401(k), affectionately known as the Solo 401(k) or Solo-K, is an impressive vehicle for both asset protection and saving for retirement. If you’re an investor, entrepreneur, or anyone with an independent contractor or…

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Solo 401k: The FAQs

The Solo 401(k) can certainly stir up some confusing. In fact, the whole world of self-directed investing can. So in the interest if saving your precious time, and helping you maximize every single one of…

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Solo 401k: The Benefits of the Structure

The Solo 401(k) isn’t all that different from a 401(k) on paper. Its name actually derives from the fact that it is a “one participant plan.” But Solo 401(k)s with checkbook control offer a whole…

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Using Corporations to Manage Real Estate LLCs: The REI’s Basic Guide

It’s important to set up your real estate LLCs appropriately. Not just for obvious business reasons, but because improperly established, noncompliant or mismanaged LLCs are pointless at best and costly at worst. Your entire asset…

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How the SECURE Act Weakens 401(k) Protections (& What You Can Do)

It’s hard to deny that one in five Americans not having put a single cent towards retirement is a social problem. But the policy solution Congress is enacting to address this issue may affect your…

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Selecting the Appropriate Entity for Flipping Real Estate

Flipping is just different than other investing strategies. In terms of both…

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Tax Scams To Be Wary Of: The Dirty Dozen List, (7-12)

Thanks for joining us again as we finish our little explainer on the “Dirty Dozen” tax scams you need to watch out for this year. Every year, the IRS releases a “watchdog” style document that…

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The Real Estate Investor’s Guide to Acquiring Foreclosed and REO Investment Properties

Warning: We cannot print today’s pieces without a frank discussion of the “f” word. Yes, the “f” word. Foreclosure. It’s a fate we all hope to avoid personally. But as real estate investors, we also…

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Considering A Reverse Mortgage – A Unique Cash Flow Solution for Secure Seniors

Reverse mortgages have gotten more than their fair share of both good and overwhelmingly negative press coverage, so it’s no small wonder most investors and seniors are confused about what they even are. As retirees…

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Tax Scams To Be Wary Of: The Dirty Dozen List, (1-6)

The IRS has released it’s scam watchlist, affectionately known as the Dirty…

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Manager-Managed LLCs vs. Member-Managed LLCs: What’s Best for Real Estate Investors?

When you establish an LLC, you must plan for its management. LLCs…

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An Investor Profile: An Inside Look At Real Estate Investor Dmitriy Fomichenko

Dmitriy Fomichenko’s area of expertise is a little different than the more…

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Finders’ Fee Arrangements for Real Estate Investors: What You Need to Know

Finders’ fees can have a few meanings in real estate, but generally the term refers to the chunk of change a “middleman” in your deal can take. Sometimes they’re gifts, other times it’s a commission…

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Series LLC For Real Estate Investors In West Virginia

Aside from getting to live in “almost heaven,” West Virginia investors really do have something special. And we’re not just talking about the local real estate markets. From an asset protection standpoint, West Virginia investors…

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Series LLC For Real Estate Investors In Washington

Whether you’re in the big city of Seattle, overlooking the Puget sound,…

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Series LLC For Real Estate Investors In Utah

Utah has scenery that we can confidently call serenity embodied. Whether you reside (or invest) in the bigger cities, near the brilliant Great Salt Lake, or in one of the state’s many tranquil rural areas,…

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Series LLC For Real Estate Investors In Maryland

Maryland is a lovely and lush state full of natural beauty and honest, hard-working people. Our Mariyland investor friends often write in with their questions about their best real estate asset protection options. Perhaps they…

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Land Trust: What To Know About Your Eligibility, Rules & Regulations

Let’s just be clear that you don’t have to pass any eligibility…

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Land Trust: The How, The Why, and The Basics

Land trusts are often the unsung heroes of the real estate investing process. You can use them to control a company rather than own it. This might sound like a difference in mere semantics at…

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Land Trust: The FAQs

If you’ve started learning about the land trust recently, questions are common….

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Land Trust: The Benefits Of The Structure

As we continue our series on the land trust, it’s time to turn our attention toward the major benefits of this structure. Whether you are old friends with this time-tested real estate tool or have…

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