Free Teleseminar Tomorrow: Defer Capital Gains Without an Exchange (With Bill Exeter)
Hey, you might want to listen in on this call tomorrow . . . I highly respect and admire both Bill’s knowledge and integrity, so I’m really pleased that he’ll let me interview him about this very important topic.
With the economy the way it is, and the government policies coming down the pipeline, we need strategies to preserve wealth more than ever . . .
Who wants to personally fund the government bailouts???
Well, any more than we’re all hooked for already . . .
You’ve got to take matters into your own hands and educate yourself and your clients about all the possible ways to defer capital gains. And in the process, you’ll probably find ways to make money from the same efforts you are already engaged in as an agent, CPA, attorney, note broker, investor or owner financing consultant.
I initially met Bill Exeter 1031 Exchange a couple of years ago when he tracked me down on Active Rain. That was when I had no clue what Active Rain was . . . it was a stretch to set up a profile on Facebook in those days (and truth be told, I still pretty much suck at social networking).
Anyhow, Bill found me and invited me to be on his radio show a couple of times, talking about how people could potentially create and sell notes in order to complete 1031 exchanges.
We’ve stayed in touch and had the chance to explore other closely related business interests, and that’s the story of why he’ll be visiting with me on Thursday, February 18th, 2010.
We’ll be covering all the strategies I use to help people defer capital gains without an exchange:
- Deferred Sales Trust
- Installment Sale (seller financing, seller carry back notes)
- Title Holding (Land) Trust
[Not that there’s anything wrong with good, clean 1031 fun . . . but it’s not for everyone . . . hey, that rhymes!]
To register for the call, and/or to ask questions (ask everything you ever wanted to know about capital gains but were afraid to ask) go to:
and you’ll get the inside scoop of how to tune in. Yes, it’ll be recorded and available for replay for a short time afterward, but if you’re on the live call, you’ll be able to ask questions at the end.
See ya there!