How Does Real Estate Agent Education Apply to Your Taxes?

Posted by morecollegeoptions | Posted in Education | Posted on 05-01-2016

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It’s important when you invest so much time, money, blood, sweat and tears learning the trick of the trade in real estate investing, home selling, and negotiations seemingly on a daily basis as the market continues to unfold, grow, dip, dive, climb and skyrocket into oblivion leaving you behind in a trail of dust. Why not get some of that investment back for your hard-earned learning in real estate agent education? Makes sense, right?

Believe It or Not, But Real Estate Agent Education Costs Can Be Written Offreal estate education-1

You just need that detailed list to discuss with your expert at ITPN right now, making sure your 2-hour tax return not only gets filed quickly, but accurately and with the best refund possible. Take stock of the investments of your real estate education right now with this list and reap the benefits:

  • Try All Sorts of Sales Books, Textbooks, Etc. Etc.
  • Continuing Real Estate Agent Education Courses
  • What About Magazine and Newsletter Subscriptions?
  • Sales Training & Coaching Falls Under Your Taxes as Well
  • Seminar Registrations? You Got It.
  • And Trade Publications, Too

Because in this real estate industry, you’re in charge of a lot to keep up with the pack (or stand above the crowd or in front as the leader). It’s a competitive game. Make your education not only work for you, but for you financially.

But You Can’t Do That Unless You Use This List!

Look at your receipts (provided you’ve saved them), itemize all of them, and then register with the Income Tax Planning Network to have your 2-hour tax return done right now. And if you’re interested in learning more about tax write-offs for real estate agents, click here! You’ll be blown away with how much you can save on your investments, blowing up your refund and getting the boost you need in your real estate business.

5 Phenomenal Ways Your College Education Ties in to Your Future Finances

Posted by morecollegeoptions | Posted in Education | Posted on 09-07-2015

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Isn’t it obvious? College is preparation for life. It’s a linear cycle when you think about it. You were a kid, going to school, learning about basic responsibility to prepare for high school. High school prepared you for your college education, increasing the stakes. And now that you’re in (or going to be) a big university, this is where you learn some of the fiercest lessons in life — how to manage your money, manage your schedule, your career, your everything. This is your launching pad. Your college education is your shuttle to the new frontier.

So It Would Make Sense That There Are Secrets to Maximizing Your Collegecollege education whiteboard Education

Something this phenomenal has to go beyond the everyday textbook or syllabus when you think about it. If a college education prepares you for the world, you’d think that chalkboards or whiteboards and homework wouldn’t cut it much! You’re correct.

These ways a college education can benefit you the most might shock you. Use these tricks of the trade and then apply them to your life beyond that college education. Trust us; you’ll need these secrets:

Take Notes, Because There Will Be a Pop Quiz!

Are we clear on the info, ladies and gentlemen? Good. You’d be surprised at how much easier this makes your financial life in college, plus true-blue real-life application of how you can utilize every resource at your disposal to ensure your professional life bears the best of corporate fruit over in National Jobs Online or any of these job sites. Happy hunting and don’t forget the lava lamps!

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