In today’s episode, we delve into the subject of taxes with John Pollock, the Chief Executive Officer of Financial Gravity Companies, and the President of Pollock Advisory Group, Inc., a Registered Investment Advisory firm.
John has been featured in Forbes Magazine and is a frequent contributor on television and Radio.
He’s also someone that I’ve heard a lot about over the years from my good friend and podcasting partner for her show on the craft of writing, Taylor Stevens, who has been a guest on The Author Biz several times. Taylor joins us on this episode as well and adds some great insights on the importance of being strategic with your tax planning.
Now, for those of you thinking, taxes, oh, boring, give this show a try. If you’re listening because you want to take your author business to the next level, taxes are something you’ll need to deal with, and as you move through the various levels of success as an author, they’ll be critical to you and your business.
We cover a lot of ground in this show, and John delivered some information I’ll be able to use beginning next year to lower my taxes. So listen closely. We’re all in different situations when it comes to taxes, but if you’re paying taxes in the United States, I suspect you’ll find something in here you can use.
John’s Website www.lowertaxhigherprofit.com
Financial Gravity Website www.financialgravity.com
Text “taxbook” to 33444
Taylor’s Patreon Page www.patreon.com/taylorstevens
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