Doug Casey – The International Man Interview – We Discuss His Best and Worst Speculations, Dinner With Dictators, International Investing In War Zones and More

 

Doug Casey is a world-class thinker, speculator, traveler, and in my opinion the most interesting guy in the world. Think about it. Who do you know who has had dinner with third-world dictators, has tried to take a country public… and almost succeeded, written multiple best-selling books, made and lost millions in his speculations, and he is still looking to try new things.

This week we learn about Doug Casey. We discuss some of the secrets to his success, some of the most interesting places to invest at a time when everything is overpriced, how to become an international man, and why dictators are more interesting than anybody you know.

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Doug Casey Bio:

Best-selling author, world-renowned speculator, and libertarian philosopher Doug Casey has garnered a well-earned reputation for his erudite (and often controversial) insights into politics, economics, and investment markets.

Doug is widely respected as one of the preeminent authorities on “rational speculation,” especially in the high-potential natural resource sector.

Doug literally wrote the book on profiting from periods of economic turmoil: his book Crisis Investing spent multiple weeks as #1 on the New York Times bestseller list and became the best-selling financial book of 1980 with 438,640 copies sold; surpassing big-caliber names, like Free to Choose by Milton Friedman, The Real War by Richard Nixon, and Cosmos by Carl Sagan.

Then Doug broke the record with his next book, Strategic Investing, by receiving the largest advance ever paid for a financial book at the time. Interestingly enough, Doug’s book The International Man was the most sold book in the history of Rhodesia. And his most recent releases Totally Incorrect (2012) and Right on the Money (2013) continue the tradition of challenging statism and advocating liberty and free markets.

He has been a featured guest on hundreds of radio and TV shows, including David Letterman, Merv Griffin, Charlie Rose, Phil Donahue, Regis Philbin, Maury Povich, NBC News, and CNN; has been the topic of numerous features in periodicals such as Time, Forbes, People, and the Washington Post; and is a regular keynote speaker at FreedomFest, the world’s largest gathering of free minds.
Doug has lived in 10 countries and visited over 175.
You can find Doug at www.internationalman.com

Topics we cover in this episode:

  • International investing
  • Dinner with dictators
  • Bringing a country (government) public
  • Becoming wealthy in 3rd world countries
  • Buying artwork for pennies on the dollar
  • Doug’s first entrepreneurial venture
  • His thoughts on Ayn Rand’s Virtue of Selfishness
  • Why Doug prefers writing fiction
  • His successful debate with Phil Donahue
  • Why science fiction is a better predictor of the future that any think tank
  • Will Ray Kurzweil’s singularity concept allow us to live as long as we want in peak form?
  • Top minds think we living in a simulation, what do you think?
  • Doug’s opinion of speculating vs investing
  • Why the worst sector in the world is the one he favors most.
  • The outcome of the greater depression
  • Should you invest in commodities
  • How you know when a trend is coming to an end.
  • Investing in bitcoin, pot stocks, and investments with extreme risk.

…and more.

Show Resources:

Today’s show is hosted by Kirk Chisholm.

Looking for a better way to invest? Consider Betterment.

It doesn’t cost much to start, and you get access to a portfolio built around your risk tolerance and your goals. Using Modern Portfolio Theory, pioneered by a Nobel laureate, Betterment can help you build wealth without getting caught up in the noise of the market.

Invest better with Betterment.

https://moneytreepodcast.com/betterment

Choosing The Best Robo Advisors – An Interview with the Top Robo Advisor Expert, Barbara Friedberg

Is a Robo-Advisor Right for Me?

Type “robo-advisor” into the Google search box and over 9 million results populate. While ten years ago, a robo-advisor was barely a concept. Actually, the entire financial management industry has been disrupted during the past decade by the best robo-advisors.

With the popularity of low fee index funds stealing market share from higher-fee actively managed funds, investors benefit with lower investment fees. Commissions have dropped to just a few bucks per trade, with some apps offering free trading. Fintech robo-advisors are another component of the low fee investing landscape.

While investment management is a very old profession, digital investment management is a relatively new invention. Learn about digital investing and find out if a robo-advisor is right for you.

What is a robo-advisor?

A robo-advisor is a version of investment management that uses computer programs, or algorithms to create optimal portfolios for investors.

Most robo-advisors’ algorithms are based upon modern portfolio theory, a concept that strives to offer the highest returns for the least amount of risk.

The portfolios or group of investments created by a robo-advisor are tailored to the user’s time-frame, goals, risk tolerance, age, assets and other criteria. Some robo-advisors offer financial advisor access, while others are completely digital.

The main draw of robo-advisors is that they offer investment management for fees typically lower than those of financial planners.

Are robo-advisors all alike?

There is a tremendous distinction within the automated investing or robo-advisor categories.

Robo-advisors distinguish themselves by their fees and offerings. In particular, following is a list of distinctions you’ll find within the class of robo-advisory investment managers.

Robo-advisors vary based upon:

  • Fee structure
  • Tax strategies such as availability of tax-loss harvesting
  • Access to financial advisors
  • Types of investments from individual stocks to various types of investment funds
  • Investment strategies including smart beta, socially responsible, passive index fund investing and/or active management
  • Target market-some robo-advisors are geared toward newbies while others court higher net worth, sophisticated investors
  • Minimum investment amount
  • Rebalancing frequency
  • Client services and contact hours
  • Available account types
  • And more

Who needs a robo-advisor?

A robo-advisor is ideal for the investor who wants professional management for a lower management fee than that of a typical financial planner. Robo-advisors are great for individuals who would like occasional access to financial advisors and the ability to pay for advice on an as-needed basis.

Both Betterment and Personal Capital robo-advisors offer financial advisory access. Yet, the Personal Capital investment management platform targets a wealthier clientele with a minimum of $100,000 to invest and includes financial advisor access for all clients. While Betterment has a basic digital level has a zero minimum, the $100,000 minimum premium level includes financial advisor access, similar to that of Personal Capital. Except, the lower-fee Betterment digital client can purchase financial planning packages that include limited meetings with a Certified Financial Planner.

So, it’s clear that even if you’re an investor who wants investing guidance, you can still use a robo-advisor. In fact, today many typical financial advisors are competing with robo-advisors by using computer algorithms to manage the investments while spending their time counseling their clientele.

For cost-conscious investors who can do without a financial planner, there are multiple robo-advisors that fit the bill. M1 Finance, Wealthfront and Betterment Digital all offer low or no fees to manage your investments. M1 Finance doesn’t charge management fees and is a convenient mix between DIY investing and a typical robo-advisor. While Wealthfront offers Path, a digital financial advisor that promises to replace your need for a human financial planner.

Any investor beginning investor on up to a moderately affluent individual can find a digital money manager that provides financial planning and investment management. The key is choosing the robo-advisor with the best combination of fees, minimums and services for you.

Who doesn’t need a robo-advisor?

If you’re a do-it-yourself investor and have enough time and knowledge to manage your own portfolio, then you don’t need a robo-advisor. This group includes the passive investor able to choose the appropriate percentages of each fund, to match her risk comfort and tolerance levels. If she can also rebalance back to the preferred asset allocation, then a robo-advisor is unnecessary.

If you have a complex financial situation and great wealth, you would probably prefer a full service financial manager. The firm that offers tax, estate, and sophisticated investment planning is usually best for these ultra-high net worth individuals.

Although, in some cases, for the cost conscious, even the uber-wealthy might be happy investing with a robo-advisor and paying accountants, and lawyers for additional guidance. In fact, Elm Partners is a well-respected robo-advisor for the wealthy, with a $300,000 minimum, that only charges .12% to manage your assets.

Actually, with such a wide variety of robo-advisors, there is probably an appropriate pick for almost any type of investor.

Which is the Best Robo-Advisor for Me?

Choosing a robo-advisor isn’t easy. There are online tools to help you choose a robo-advisor and narrow down your options. But, the preferred approach to determining the best robo-advisor for you is to figure out what you’re seeking in an investment manager.

Do a quick self-analysis before wading through the crowded robo-advisory pool.

For instance, if you want a free robo-advisor with zero investment management fees, there are several to choose from: WiseBanyan, M1 Finance, Schwab Intelligent Portfolios.

If you want a robo-advisor with financial planners, there’s another list including:

  • Ellevest
  • Personal Capital
  • Betterment
  • Wealthsimple
  • Vanguard
  • SigFig
  • TD Ameritrade Essential Portfolios
  • Vanguard Personal Advisor Services
  • And more

For the socially conscious investor, many robo’s are adding this investment approach. In fact, socially responsible investing is becoming so popular that it’s difficult to find a robo-advisor that doesn’t offer one.

Making the final robo-advisor decision is a personal one. There are many excellent platforms from which to choose. You’re best served choosing a robo-advisor that’s been around for a few years.

Ultimately, most robo-advisors are well-run, based upon sound financial principals and will manage your money for a reasonable fee. If you’ve been putting off investing or would like some low fee investment management, you’ll be well-served by letting a robo-advisor manage your assets.

Barbara A. Friedberg, MBA, MS is a veteran portfolio manager, expert investor, and former university finance instructor. She is author of Personal Finance; An Encyclopedia of Modern Money Management and several other books. Friedberg’s websites include Robo-Advisor Pros.com and BarbaraFriedbergPersonalFinance.com.

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Best Robo Advisors

In this weeks episode…

We interview veteran portfolio manager Barbara Friedberg to discover the best robo advisors you should consider for your portfolio. Barbara is an author, fintech consultant, and former university finance instructor. She is one of the foremost experts on robo advisor platforms.

She joins us today to talk about the essential details you need to know and how to differentiate each from their peers.

Tim Picciott, Andy Wang, Kirk, and Miranda joins us this week on our panel to discuss how robo-advisors are affecting the financial service industry.

 

Looking for a better way to invest? Consider Betterment.

It doesn’t cost much to start, and you get access to a portfolio built around your risk tolerance and your goals. Using Modern Portfolio Theory, pioneered by a Nobel laureate, Betterment can help you build wealth without getting caught up in the noise of the market.

Invest better with Betterment.

https://moneytreepodcast.com/betterment

 

Today’s Guest, Barbara Friedberg:

Barbara A. Friedberg, MBA, MS is a veteran portfolio manager, fintech consultant, expert investor, author and former university finance instructor. She is CEO of Robo-Advisor Pros.com, a robo-advisor review and information website. Her work is found on US News and World Report, InvestorPlace, and more.

 

Barbara Friedberg’s online presence:

www.roboadvisorpros.com

www.roboadvisorpros.com/robo-advisor-selection-wizard

www.roboadvisorpros.com/robo-advisor-comparison-chart (free downloadable)

 

Social: Twitter @barbfriedberg, @roboadvisorpros and LinkedIn

 

Books referenced:

A Random Walk Down Wall Street- Malkiel

Elements of Investing – Malkiel and Ellis

Invest and Beat the Pros-Create and Manage a Successful Investment Portfolio

Personal Finance; An Encyclopedia of Modern Money Management (publisher, Greenwood Press)

How to Get Rich; Without Winning the Lottery

 

Today’s Panelists

Kirk Chisholm | Innovative Wealth

Tim Picciott | The Liberty Advisor

Andy Wang | Runnymede Capital Investments

Miranda Marquit | Planting Money Seed

Flipping Real Estate for Profit – Interview with Dominic Kirchner

Have you considered investing in real estate for extra income, as a career, or a hobby?

Think again…

This week we have Dominic Kirchner on our show to talk about flipping real estate for profit. Dominic has been successfully investing in real estate, flipping and rehabbing real estate for profit for over 17 years. This past year he did 50 fix and flips and he continues to grow each year.

Dominic talks about who his inspirations were… How to find great deals… The importance of having a good team… Why you need to stay in your lane… the importance of having a good exit strategy… and most importantly he talks about the current conditions of the real estate market and where he thinks it will go from here.

If you are a real estate investor, you don’t want to miss this week’s show.

If you are thinking of becoming a real estate investor… don’t miss this week’s show.

If you are not interested in real estate at all… please fill out our survey and tell us what you want to hear about.

We here are Money Tree Investing love talking with experts to get the inside scoop about investing. Wall Street tends to make everything look pretty. We don’t. We want the truth. That is what you can expect here.

On this week’s show, we also have a great group of panelists’ to discuss the topic of flipping properties for profit. After you hear what we have to say about flipping real estate for profit, you may want to reconsider your real estate investing plans.

 

Looking for a better way to invest? Consider Betterment.

It doesn’t cost much to start, and you get access to a portfolio built around your risk tolerance and your goals. Using Modern Portfolio Theory, pioneered by a Nobel laureate, Betterment can help you build wealth without getting caught up in the noise of the market.

Invest better with Betterment.

https://moneytreepodcast.com/betterment

 

Today’s guest, Dominic Kirchner:

Dominic Kirchner is an expert real estate investor who has been successfully investing in real estate for the past 17 years (2002). He invests in a variety of ways, fix and flip, rehab, lending, buy and hold, wholesaling, etc. The true mark of an experienced real estate professional is one who has not only survived a real estate recession but who has thrived because of it. Dominic used 2008 as an opportunity to accelerate the growth of his real estate business to where he is today. This past year he completed 50 fix and flips and is on track to continue his growth.

Dominic is also a real estate agent and one of the top producing agents in his office. He specializes in deal structuring, negotiating and the paperwork required for both buying and selling a property. Dominic received his BS in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting from Northeastern University.

Website: www.hampdenhomebuyers.com

 

 

Today’s Panelists

Kirk Chisholm | Innovative Advisory Group

Miranda Marquit | Planting Money Seeds

Mindy Jensen | Bigger Pockets

Anson Young | Anson on Bigger Pockets

Women and Money – Interview with Belinda Rosenblum

This week we talk with Belinda Rosenblum about women and money. We had a fascinating conversation with Belinda on this show about how the money issues of women differ from the money issues of men. She really is a magician with helping people overcome their money challenges.

Today’s Guest, Belinda Rosenblum Talks About Women and Money:

Belinda Rosenblum is a CPA and Wealth Expert who helps people take the worry and fear out of money. Most people struggle to stay ahead of their monthly bills… even if they have a high income. Belinda has a unique 4-part plan that helps you make the most of your money now and still allows you to save enough for retirement. She is the creator of the Money Makers Academy, Cashflow CEO, and the coauthor of SELF-WORTH TO NET WORTH: 12 Keys to Creating Wealth Inside and Out. These resources offer a step-by-step approach to help you build your financial self-esteem and manage your own financial life. If she’s not talking about financial freedom, Belinda is likely enjoying the sunshine and chasing after her marathon-running husband, college-bound step-daughter, and 2 spirited toddlers.

You can find out more about Belinda at www.ownyourmoney.com.

Discover exactly where you need to start if you want to take control of your money and your financial life. www.ownyourmoney.com/quiz.

Cashflow CEO – If you’re a business owner, check out her essential Cashflow CEO Dashboard right away by going to www.ownyourmoney.com/moneytree.

Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/belindarosenblum

Twitter: @OwnYourMoney

Looking for a better way to invest? Consider Betterment.

It doesn’t cost much to start, and you get access to a portfolio built around your risk tolerance and your goals. Using Modern Portfolio Theory, pioneered by a Nobel laureate, Betterment can help you build wealth without getting caught up in the noise of the market.

Invest better with Betterment.

https://moneytreepodcast.com/betterment

 

Show Resources:

Self-Worth to Net Worth: 12 Ways to Creating Wealth Inside and Out – Belinda Rosenblum

When She Makes More: 10 Tips for Breadwinning Women– Farnoosh Torabi

Cashflow CEO Dashboard

Today’s Panelists

Kirk Chisholm | Innovative Advisory Group

Jen Hemphill | JenHemphill.com

Natalie Pine | Briaud Financial Advisors

Miranda Marquit | Planting Money Seeds

Victor Sperandeo – Legendary Futures and Options Trader and Market Wizard

Market Wizards Series of Investing Legends: Victor Sperandeo “Trader Vic”

Welcome to the first of a series of interviews with market wizards and investing legends. This week we interview Victor Sperandeo or “Trader Vic”. He is to Wall Street what Warren Buffett is to Main Street. Unless you are a student of the market you may have never heard of him, but you are in for a treat today.
Vic is a master trader of futures and options. He started an options firm, Ragnar Options Corp, and within 6 months it was the largest options OTC dealer in the world. He racked up a nominal rate of return of 70.7% annually without a losing year between 1978 and 1989. He famously predicted the 1987 stock market crash in a Barrons interview in September of 1987. He has worked with other legendary traders George Soros and Leon Cooperman. He has been featured in some best selling books such as “The New Market Wizards”, and “super traders”, and he has authored 3 books of his own detailing his investment philosophy. He was inducted into the trader hall of fame by Trader Magazine in 2008. Lastly, he has created 2 indexes and 3 methodologies for the futures markets.

Some of the topics we cover in today’s episode:

  • The evolution of Wall Street investing since 1968
  • Why his investing strategy was so successful
  • Trading Risk Management
  • The philosophy of reflexivity and how it affects the markets
  • The effects of High-Frequency Trading and technology on trading?

…and more.

Today’s show is hosted by Kirk Chisholm.

Investing Resources:

 

Looking for a better way to invest? Consider Betterment.

It doesn’t cost much to start, and you get access to a portfolio built around your risk tolerance and your goals. Using Modern Portfolio Theory, pioneered by a Nobel laureate, Betterment can help you build wealth without getting caught up in the noise of the market.

Invest better with Betterment.

https://moneytreepodcast.com/betterment

The Debt Mindset: Debt Resolution, Bankruptcy, Student Loans, and More

You should love your debt.

That’s the message from Leslie H. Tayne, Esq., a debt resolution attorney.

She explains some of the technical issues that exist with debt but also dives deep into the mindset of how debt can impact more than just your finances.

You will also learn about the signs for when you might consider contacting a debt resolution company or service in today’s episode.

Looking for a better way to invest? Consider Betterment.

It doesn’t cost much to start, and you get access to a portfolio built around your risk tolerance and your goals. Using Modern Portfolio Theory, pioneered by a Nobel laureate, Betterment can help you build wealth without getting caught up in the noise of the market.

Invest better with Betterment.

https://moneytreepodcast.com/betterment

 

Today’s guest, Leslie H. Tayne:

Leslie H. Tayne, Esq. is an award-winning financial attorney and Author of Life & Debt: A Fresh Approach to Achieving Financial Wellness. She has over 20 years of experience in consumer and business financial debt solutions which include negotiations with large international banks and credit agencies for loans, lines of credit, credit cards and student loans.

Leslie is the founder and managing director of Tayne Law Group, P.C., a law firm headquartered in New York dedicated to debt solutions. Leslie is a frequently sought-out for her expertise on financial, credit and debt topics and as a speaker, she regularly provides insight and strategies regarding all areas of debt and credit-related solutions.

For more information, please visit www.taynelaw.com

Resources and where to find Leslie H. Tayne, Esq.

Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/leslietayne

Facebook: facebook.com/TayneLawGroup/

Twitter: twitter.com/LeslieHTayneEsq

Tayne Law Group Twitter: twitter.com/taynelawgroup

Tayne Law Group Instagram: instagram.com/taynelawgroup

 

Today’s Panelists

Kirk Chisholm | Innovative Advisory Group

Kelly Coughlin | Everyday CPA

Natalie Pine | Briaud Financial Advisors

Miranda Marquit | Planting Money Seeds

Stan The Annuity Man Hates Annuities… Find Out Why

“Annuities are not bought, they’re sold.”

Stan “The Annuity Man” Haithcock knows all about annuities and he explains why there is so much negativity around this financial product.

Variable, fixed, immediate, indexed: It can all be confusing to an investor who doesn’t understand the industry jargon. Have you ever considered that maybe it is not an accident that annuities are confusing?

“If you are looking for market returns, you should never ever ever buy any type of annuity. If you are looking for income or principle preservation, or maybe some long term care issues, then an annuity may fit.”

These are the two most important question you need to ask before you buy an annuity:

1. What do you want the money to contractually do?
2. When do you want those contractual guarantees to start?

Find out why on our show…

 

Listen to the interview here:

After you listen to our interview with Stan, make sure you check out part 2 of this episode where our panel of annuity experts discusses annuities. There is some disagreement on the panel about some of the topics Stan discussed. You don’t want to miss this exciting 2 part episode.

Today’s Guest, Stan “The Annuity Man” Haithcock:

Stan “the Annuity Man” HaithcockStan The Annuity Man is America’s top independent agent & annuity educator. He is licensed in all 50 states, has published 7 books on the subject, and has written over 400 articles on the controversial annuity topic.

Known as “the walking middle finger of annuity truth”, Stan only focuses on the contractually guaranteed transfer of risk benefits that annuities can provide. He has offices in Ponte Vedra Beach & Las Vegas and has over 3 decades of experience in the financial services industry.

Website: www.stantheannuityman.com

Stan’s Books on Amazon:

If you want free copies of these books you can go to this page and request physical copies

Stan “The Annuity Man” Hates Annuities (Part 2) — The Panel Portion of Our Show

After you listen to the Interview with Stan “The Annuity Man” Haithcock, check out Part 2 of this episode where our panel gives you their thoughts. If you thought Stan’s opinions were strong, wait till you hear the opinions of our panelists. We have a wide variety of opinions on annuities on this week’s panel. There is no better way to get to the truth than to get well-rounded opinions.

Listen to the panel portion of the show here:

On this week’s panel, we have…

Today’s Panelists

Miranda Marquit | Planting Money Seeds

Kristin Shea | Kristin Shea

Kirk Chisholm | Innovative Wealth

Tim Picciott | The Liberty Advisor

Episode Resources:

Passive Cash Flow Real Estate Investments with Lane Kawaoka

Lane Kawaoka recently quit his job because he’s built an income from real estate investments.

He shares the journey to owning more than 2,100 units across the United States while living in Hawaii. Lane’s mission is to help hard-working professionals out of the rat race by reverse-engineering the wealth building strategies of the rich. You can hear some of those strategies on his podcast, Smart Passive Cash Flow.

Then our panel discusses the various ways to invest in real estate, including “live-in flipping”, crowdfunding, tax liens, lease options, and self-directed IRAs.

 

Looking for a better way to invest? Consider Betterment.

It doesn’t cost much to start, and you get access to a portfolio built around your risk tolerance and your goals. Using Modern Portfolio Theory, pioneered by a Nobel laureate, Betterment can help you build wealth without getting caught up in the noise of the market.

Invest better with Betterment.

https://moneytreepodcast.com/betterment

 

Today’s guest, Lane Kawaoka:

Lane Kawaoka currently owns 2,100+ units across the US. He lives in Hawaii and, at the time of this interview, was still working as a Professional Engineer with a MS in Civil Engineering & Construction Management and a BS in Industrial Engineering. However, he recently left his job to focus on real estate investing.

Lane partners with investors who want to build their portfolio, but are too busy to mess with “tenants, toilets, and termites” by curating opportunities in his “Hui Deal Pipeline Club” where his investors have personal access to him and know that Lane is personally putting his money on the line too. The Hui Deal Pipeline Club has acquired over $155 Million dollars of real estate acquired by syndicating over $13 Million Dollars of private equity since 2016.

Lane reverse-engineers the wealth-building strategies that the rich use to the middle class via the SimplePassiveCashflow.com podcast. Lane’s mission is to help hard-working professionals out of the rat race, one free strategy call at a time.

 

Visit Lane’s website and podcast: SimplePassiveCashflow.com

 

Today’s Panelists

Kirk Chisholm | Innovative Advisory Group

Miranda Marquit | Planting Money Seeds

Mindy Jensen | Bigger Pockets

Kelly Coughlin | Everyday CPA

 

Financial Literacy For Kids: Teaching Your Kids To Invest – Interview With John Lanza

Are you making these money mistakes with your kids?

What are the best ways to bring up the concept of saving and investing with your kids?

John Lanza joins us in this episode to talk about financial literacy for kids. He talks about topics such as, age-appropriate conversations about money, allowance, and how important it is to have your kids learn how to save up for a goal at an early age.

He talks about some of the basics that you should teach your kids are: needs vs wants, smart money choices, saving for goals, the importance of them making mistakes for themselves, charity, and why being thoughtful about money is important.

Additional topics John discusses on the show:

  • How you should teach your children to save for goals.
  • How do you introduce the concept of investing to your kids?
  • The best way to teach your kids about charity
  • Learn how your kids can pay themselves first with a spend smart jar.
  • Using physical cash vs. a digital allowance
  • What should your kids be financially responsible for,
  • The importance of autonomy

 

Then the panel discusses kids and investing.

 

Resources mentioned:

Drive – The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us – Daniel Pink

The Century of Enslavement: The History of the Federal Reserve

 

Looking for a better way to invest? Consider Betterment.

It doesn’t cost much to start, and you get access to a portfolio built around your risk tolerance and your goals. Using Modern Portfolio Theory, pioneered by a Nobel laureate, Betterment can help you build wealth without getting caught up in the noise of the market.

Invest better with Betterment.

https://moneytreepodcast.com/betterment

 

Today’s guest, John Lanza:

John is Chief Mammal, Creator of The Money Mammals and author of The Art of Allowance.

He is on a mission to help families raise money-smart, money-empowered kids so that they can live happier, more fulfilled lives.

Pick up The Art of Allowance kit or book at his website, https://themoneymammals.com

Today’s Panelists

Miranda Marquit | Planting Money Seeds

Jackie Beck | JackieBeck.com

Kirk Chisholm | Innovative Wealth

Tim Picciott | The Liberty Advisor

Tax Loopholes for the Rich #1: Economic Opportunity Zone – Interview Matt Chancey CFP

Have you heard of Economic Opportunity Zones?

No? Think that only the uber-rich learn about great tax strategies? We will fix that today.

Welcome to the first episode of a new series on our show called: Tax Loopholes Of The Rich.

I cannot think of a better person to start this series than Matt Chancey, CFP. You are going to love this show.

Economic opportunity zones are one of the few bipartisan-supported bills to come out of government recently. It has the potential to both help invest in economically disadvantaged areas and for the wealthy to get some great tax advantages. Win-Win!

Just sell a business or highly appreciated asset? Learn how this is one of the only ways you can get tax benefits AFTER you sell your low-cost basis assets. Want to learn more?

Listen to this weeks episode on Economic Opportunity zones with Matt Chancey to find out about this truly great tax benefit.

Looking for a better way to invest? Consider Betterment.

It doesn’t cost much to start, and you get access to a portfolio built around your risk tolerance and your goals. Using Modern Portfolio Theory, pioneered by a Nobel laureate, Betterment can help you build wealth without getting caught up in the noise of the market.

Invest better with Betterment.

https://moneytreepodcast.com/betterment

 

Today’s guest, Matt Chancey, CFP®:

Matt works with high income and high net worth clients nationally to legally reduce taxes on income or capital gains. He starts with tax reduction strategies to determine which best fit the client’s unique situation and often leads into a more comprehensive financial planning or investment management solution that looks not just at what his client’s make, but how they keep more of it.

Matt has been in the finance industry for over 15 years and as well as working directly with high profile clients, he is highly sought after for education, teaching, and guest speaking within the industry. He is a respected advisor and has been featured in many national media outlets including the Orlando Sentinel, The Wall Street Journal, ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox News, CNBC digital, Bloomberg, and Investment News.

Advanced Tax Planning requires a combination of timing, shifting, and IRS codes in combination with tax-advantaged products. Matt Chancey has developed a financial planning process that starts with the ability to defer, reduce or eliminate taxes on income or capital gains. Which allows clients to develop exponentially more wealth purely from tax savings; we call this the tax-alpha advantage.

Our model works in a collaborative nature with other professional advisors such as attorneys, CPAs & EAs, Sell-side M&A and commercial real estate professionals. Our strategies offer clients the ability to retain more of the net proceeds from the sale. If your practice works with clients that are in the top 10% of income or assets – our strategies can drive massive value for your clients and therefore your firm.

To learn more visit MattChanceyLive.com

Today’s Panelists

Kirk Chisholm | Innovative Wealth

Miranda Marquit | Planting Money Seed

Tim Picciott | The Liberty Advisor

For a quick bio of each of our show participants, head on over to our panelists’ page.

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