Index To Tax Planning Content

Tax planning is by far the most overlooked area of financial planning. Very few investors have ever learned the realities of how tax planning can have a dramatic impact on their net spendable income in retirement. Most Americans are not familiar with simple concepts concerning taxation, like the difference between a marginal and effective tax bracket. The vast majority of retirement accounts that we see, are subject to taxation, another way to put it is most Americans have a permanent tax lien on their largest investment account. Learn the realities of how tax planning could affect to your retirement plan.

Tax Planning: All the Dogs Barking Up the Wrong Tree Doesn’t Make it the Right One

From the desk of Paul Nichols: President of Financial Abundance Inc.

Socking money away into IRAs and 401(k)s and paying extra principal on your mortgage is counter-productive

In the quest for financial independence, there are two places most Americans accumulate the most money: our home and our retirement plan.

Following accepted wisdom, we set aside money in qualified retirement accounts such as IRAs and 401(k)s, enjoying tax deductible funding and/or tax deferred accumulation. At the same time, we assume it’s best to achieve the goal of outright home ownership and save money no mortgage interest expense by sending extra principal payments against our mortgages.

How Do You Manage Your Equity?

It's Your Money
It's Your Money
How Do You Manage Your Equity?

This week Paul interviews best selling author Doug Andrew. They discuss common mistakes people make when working with equity, and how to make it work for you.

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