Month: July 2016

How to Ignite Your Inner Spirit to Pursue Your Passions

We are all made up of a body and a spirit, or a soul. It’s our soul or spirit that really drives us to do everything we do. Our body is just the tool we use to carry out the

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Estate Planning for High Net Worth Foreigners

While the U.S. is considered by many to be a place where the wealthy move their money away from, there are also many wealthy people from other countries that are moving more of their money into our country. So what’s

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Windy City Tax Burden Will Hit NBA Star Hard

So how much is $47.5 million really worth? The answer is it all depends on where you live. Most of the NBA’s top free agents recently signed their new contracts, many with new teams, including former Oklahoma City Thunder Star

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How to Save Money on Your Social Security Taxes

Most people look forward to the day when they start to receive the rewards for putting all their hard-earned money over the years into social security. However, some people end up with a lot less than they had planned on

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How to Identify and Utilize Your Core Competencies

Over the years that I’ve been working for GROCO and doing my radio program, American Dreams, I have met with a lot of people, many of whom are counted among the most successful and wealthiest individuals in the world. Most

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What’s the Real Motivation Behind Philanthropy?

According to its definition, philanthropy is the desire to promote the welfare of others, expressed especially by the generous donation of money to good causes. Many of the world’s wealthiest individuals and companies are involved in all kinds of philanthropic

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How Each Presidential Candidate Plans to Handle Corporate Taxes

If you follow this blog then you know that corporate taxes are a regular topic discussed in this space. A couple weeks ago we shared some comments from Disney Chief Bob Iger regarding the country’s corporate tax policies. This is

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Disney and the Not-So-Wonderful World of Taxes

Disneyland is often referred to as the happiest place on earth, but according to the Disney Company’s CEO, Robert Iger, the U.S. tax system and policies are putting a real damper on all the fun. According to a recent report

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Keep Your Small Business’s Taxes Small as Well

Do you run a small business? Are your hands always full, or perhaps overflowing? Small business owners never run out of things to do, which means that sometimes certain things get overlooked or put on the back burner, including taxes.

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