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2018
Is your tax strategy on par with your investment strategy? The truth is that if you want to get the most out of your investments, you need to consider the tax implications. And there’s no better way to illustrate this than with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA, or the Act), which was introduced...
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Mr. Darcy of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice is described as having 10,000 pounds a year, and his friend Mr. Bingley is said to have “four or five thousand a year.” These would be massive fortunes both for the time and now once adjusted for inflation. More interesting to the financial investor, however, they also...
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How would you like access to private investment opportunities in institutional-grade assets — without the inconvenience and cost of having to go through a financial representative? Well, thanks to the JOBS Act, this is now a viable option. Here’s what you need to know.   How the JOBS Act Made Crowdsourcing for Investments Possible Aimed at reopening...
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When it comes to private equity real estate investing and other forms of private investments, the relationship between the general partner (GP) and limited partners (LPs) is critical. This relationship is built on trust. Why? Because when you invest your money in private opportunities, you need to have confidence that the other party will fulfill...
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The “Amazon” effect of online e-commerce on traditional retail has made retail real estate an unpopular investment. For contrarian investors, however, commercial real estate is full of potential and opportunity. As John Neff once said, “It’s not always easy to do what’s not popular, but that’s where you make your money.” Of course, the opportunities that commercial real estate presents...
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