013R | Control Your Tax Rate | Keep the Money on Your Side of the Ledger

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013R _ Control Your Tax Rate
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Let's discuss a practical example of how to control your tax rate

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  • How the Millionaire Educator controlled his tax liability down to almost $0
  • The benefits of keeping your expenses below $30,000 per year
  • Jonathan “crushing” his tax bill in 2017
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