Advice and insights on how to create and market your brand from Edward Segal, former marketing strategies columnist for The Wall Street Journal’s StartUpJournal.com. Segal is the author of two PR handbooks, including Getting Your 15 Minutes of Fame (John Wiley & Sons) and the Profit by Publicity series that feature a how-to book, audio book, and live and online classes.
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www.canterburyservices.com.au An Animated Guide to Investing and How to Pay Off Your Home Loan. It’s all about becoming rich. On the way to becoming financially strong the first necessary steps we take with you are 1. Getting rid of non tax-deductible debt ie home loans, credit cards, all personal (non investment) loans FOREVER. 2. Plan to decrease and possibly eliminate all the tax you pay. Then you can really start to fly financially. 3. Increase the “motor” that runs your “empire”. Most people’s financial motor is just their pay packet. If you can find ways to make most of your income from other passive sources you get stronger. It’s more difficult to get rich with only a small motor. The system involves the: 1. Use of tax deductible debt to own assets such as real estate, businesses and other long term income producing assets. 2. Its buy never sell (bns). If you ever choose to sell an asset, you then have to decide where to put the money – probably back where it came from ie real estate or other investments. If you sell you also run the risk of having to pay tax on the profit. So just keep it. 3. The best way not to ever miss a real estate or investment boom is to always own income producing growth assets. If you get out of the market for even short periods, you can miss large gains. 4. For investments, you should always borrow the full amount including fees to get the largest tax deduction. Never put in a deposit because any money is best paid off non-tax deductible …