Real Estate

Taxes – Your Biggest Expense

By April 3, 2016September 13th, 2019No Comments

Taxes used to be my biggest expense.

This is true for almost all financially successful people regardless of their profession.

In those days, I worked hard for my money and my gross income showed it. However, I was a W2 hospital employee and my net income after taxes was staggeringly lower.

I learned the hard way that it’s not what you make that counts, it’s what you keep.

My ignorance of taxes and tax law was costing me dearly.

But then I discovered real estate and my taxes decreased significantly.

Real estate happens to have some of the most favorable tax benefits. In fact, I like to say that if your investments aren’t tax-advantaged, tax-deferred, or tax-free then you must not be investing in real estate.

With that said, I want to demystify the subject of tax savings through real estate. Consequently, I created the webinar:

8 Ways Smart Investors Minimize Their Taxes by Investing in Real Estate

This webinar is for anyone who:

  • Feels like they pay too much in taxes
  • Wants to learn how to lower their tax burden through commercial multifamily real estate investing
  • Wishes to discover how to utilize the tax code for their benefit instead of their detriment
  • Wants to keep more of what they make

To quote Robert Kiyosaki, author of the best-selling book Rich Dad, Poor Dad:

“For most people, taxes make them poorer” they are trained to send their money to the government. For a few, taxes make them rich, some very rich. They know how to have the government send money to them .?

If you want to be one of those people in the know, then this webinar is for you. Watch it now at the following link:


P.S. “Commercial multifamily real estate is highly tax advantaged. “Learn more about the tax advantages of real estate at the following links:

Shrinking Taxes – NestEggRx Interviews Diane Kennedy

Teach Your Kids About Taxes, Eat 30% Of Their Ice Cream

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Dennis Bethel

Dennis Bethel

After 18 years of working in the trenches of a broken health care system, Dennis Bethel, M.D. extricated himself from medicine utilizing the power of passive income from real estate. Now he helps others conquer their number one financial fear, cut their biggest expense, and tame the greatest threat to their careers.

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