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S3, Episode 46-Tax Tips and Tricks from America‘s Money Answer Man - Jordan Goodman
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We love to talk taxes, we love to talk about debt. Our next guest has experience in all of those things. He is known as "America's Money Answer Man!!!"
He has been doing this for over 35 years. He has written for Money Magazine for 18 years, was an analyst for NBC News for 9 years. He has also written 14 books including Fast Profits in Hard Times, Master your Debt, and The Ultimate Guide to Student Loans, just to name a few.
Please help me welcome Jordan Goodman. Welcome, Jordan!
In this podcast you will:
- Learn what will happen with investments if the government passes a new tax bill.
- Acquire Jordan's top things to do at the end of 2017 to prepare for the upcoming tax season.
- Gain 2 major tips that will help reduce your student debt.
- Find out how to take 25 years off of your mortgage (THIS IS A TIP YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS!!!)
For all the show notes, transcription, and more, check out the podcast website at http://doctorfreedompodcast.com/
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