I was on a conference call last night with Dave Lindahl going over his multi-family investing strategies and his seminar. I’ve heard time and time again everyone say these type of seminars are tax deductable! What exactly does that mean? You can get back what you spend when you file your tax return?
I quite honestly would like to attend, but I don’t have the $2995 that the 3 day seminar costs, any advice? Thanks! :-\
I would advise using the HECK out of the internet. I have done ALL of my research on the internet and have done several deals that have made a lot of money. On the other hand I (personally) wouldn’t advise going to the library to read their books. Ok, maybe if you are broke. But borrowing books from the library prevents you from hilighting information and/or writing ideas down. But like I say, if you are broke there is no better way to learn-well except the internet. Or if you have a library like ours that has no real estate books.