“Most of my friends assume that business owners spend their money and time on cocaine and hookers.” This jaw-dropping quote came from a young man I was talking with recently about money, investing, and running a business. I was shocked; this was a money script I had never heard.
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What investment asset class grabs the most attention of the average American? My guess is that it isn’t the stock market, but a category many people don’t even think of as an investment—the local real estate market.
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Not long ago the Rapid City Journal did an excellent two-part series on the 1986 sale/leaseback by the State of South Dakota of many of its government buildings. The proceeds of the sale/leaseback put a total of $29 million into infrastructure improvement over several years, with no cost to taxpayers. It was described by then-governor […]
What’s the best way to hold real estate in a retirement portfolio? For many investors, the answer—and it’s not the right answer—seems to be “not at all.” Yet this asset class, appropriately owned, can help support you well in retirement.