How to Invest in Real Estate w/o Paying a Penny of Tax (Legally): Part 4: "Passive-Pairing"
Updated: Dec 28, 2020
How to implement "passive-pairing" to drastically cut or wipe out your investment tax bill.
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Part 1 of this article looked at traditional retirement-vehicle tax-sheltering methods (self-directed IRA, solo 401k)... examining how they are good and how they fall short. Part 2 looked at how experienced investors like John Frederick use non-retirement money to pay zero taxes while still maintaining maximum financial flexibility ("defer, defer and die" via serial 1031 exchanges). Part 3