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Newsfeed: States Losing (And Gaining) The Most Rich Young Professionals – 2022 Edition

Newsfeed: States Losing (And Gaining) The Most Rich Young Professionals – 2022 Edition

Young professionals are generally staying close to home, according to new research. The Census Bureau and Harvard University recently found that 80% of young adults live less than 100 miles from where they grew up. Meanwhile, just 10% had moved more than 500 miles away. This means that while big cities like New York and Los Angeles have been millennial hotspots for years, the tides may be changing.

In search of stability in an unstable world …

What a difference a week makes! Last time we commented on the big news about the world’s most famous real estate guy potentially using the tax laws to reduce his federal income taxes to virtually zero. Since then, as you probably know, the news has been dominated by President Trump’s illness, hospitalization, treatment, and return to the White House. …

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Taxes, politics, and real estate investing …

Taxes, politics, and real estate investing might not be as salacious as sex, lies and videotape … but it’s arguably just as intriguing. By now we’re sure you’ve heard all the “outrage” about allegations the United States’ Real Estate Investor-in-Chief paid nearly no federal income tax. This shocks no one who understands real estate or the tax code, but …

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Taxing times for states spells opportunity for real estate investors …

Most people think of tax season as January 1 to April 15. After all, that’s when most people close the books on the previous year, issue and collect tax documents, prep returns, and settle up with the taxing authorities. But for a host of real estate investors and entrepreneurs, the REAL tax season is right …

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