Like many, I’m one of those people who paid their way through college with the collective funds saved up from hard work, student loans, and yes, a lot of credit cards. Back in those days (2002 to 2006 era to be exact), you could get a student loan, or be approved for a credit card faster than you could get one of the many quick loans or business loans available. To be totally honest about it, I chose to live in a very nice condo in an even nicer part of Miami which I couldn’t really afford; I was ok with that. At the time, I had never lived in a place like that before. (more…)
Hello Everyone. Thank you for stopping by my blog. I started collecting data for this blog post over a year ago. Turns out, I was unaware of many of the amazing tax benefits of owning your own business (and I’ve even had my own business for some time now). For this post, the majority of tax information came from Sandy Botkin of TaxBot.com. Sandy is a well respected, tax expert, accountant, and former IRS attorney. I have summarized some lessons I’ve learned from his main webinar and elsewhere on the internet. My intention is to get you on the right track.