029 What your CPA isn’t telling you with Mark Kohler

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Attorney and CPA Mark J. Kohler is a best-selling author; national speaker; radio show host of the “Refresh Your Wealth Show”; writer and video personality for Entrepreneur.com.

Mark is also a real estate investor; senior partner in both the law firm, Kyler, Kohler, Ostermiller & Sorensen, and the accounting firm of Kohler & Eyre, CPAs.

Mark is a personal and small business tax and legal expert, who helps clients build and protect wealth through the development of wealth management strategies,as well as business and tax remedies often overlooked (ask me how I know)

Mark’s seminars have helped tens of thousands of individuals and small business owners navigate the maze of legal, regulatory and financial laws to greater success and wealth.

You can learn more about Mark’s courses by visiting the “Affiliates” tab on the CashFlowGuys website or typing in CashFlowGuys.com/tax

Some of the topics covered in this episode are:

  • Tax consequences of flipping or wholesaling (capital gains, ordinary income, etc) and how to mitigate them
  • IRA “Hard Money” Lenders Tax consequences as they relate to UBIT, etc
  • Rental income is the least taxed income according to the IRS, how is this possible?

Additionally, we cover a common myth about “My CPA said I make too much money to receive any benefit from owning rental property”

The “Real Estate Professional’ designation….some teach you must have a real estate license which is WRONG, in this episode we learn why this is wrong and what the right answer is.

Mark discusses the importance of building a business and creating a tax shelter to failure proof your investing business.

Later in the show we discuss how W2 income earners can use real estate to offset their tax obligations

To learn more about the incredible training materials that Mark and his team have to offer go to CashFlowGuys.com/Tax

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