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Kevin Taylor

Using and Improvement Exchange

Imagine being able to sell your appreciated property with all of its gains intact, reinvesting in a new property, and having a budget for improvements, all while enjoying the capital growth of that new property immediately. Guess what? There is

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Kevin Taylor

The Benefits of an Automatic Savings Plan

What Is an Automatic Savings Plan (ASP)? This is a cornerstone idea for those that have a deliberate and controllable trajectory in retirement. It’s as simple as, if I want to do “x” in retirement, I need to save “y”

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Kevin Taylor

Adding a Real Estate Investment

Why Real Estate: Time travel – several of the projects and existing real estate ideas we have access to formed early last year. As a result, they have locked in lending rates in the mid to low 3%s. Well below

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Peter Locke

Divorcing Women and their Unheard Financial Goals

Financial problems are one of the most cited causes of divorce and crafting a Divorce Financial Plan can be your best opportunity for a new start. The compounding stresses of money management and home economics can act as an accelerant for

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Kevin Taylor

How to Survive a Bear Attack? (Pt. 2)

Don’t Discard your Strategy During a Recession We own stocks for a very deliberate reason. These equities are inflation resistant, generate cash, and the good companies grow at a rate faster than the economy they are a part of. They

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Kevin Taylor

How to Survive a Bear Attack? (Pt. 1)

Growing your Investment Balance During a Recession One of the biggest reasons the rank and file investor loses money during a recession is a lack of focus and plan. It is true that markets will get volatile from time to

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Kevin Taylor

How to Survive a Bear Attack? (Pt. 3)

Get Comfortable with what Risk, Gains, and Returns look like. It is important to remember that the 20%/30%/40% returns stocks and accounts saw over the last 5 years are what is really the annually here. These returns are not sustainable

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Kevin Taylor

Tax Mitigation Playbook: 1031 Replacement Rules to Know

The 3-Property Rule The 3-property rule states that the replacement property identification during the initial 45 days of the exchange can be made for up to three properties regardless of their total value. After relinquishing their initial property, the taxpayer

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