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Lifting the Veil on Entrepreneurs’ Finances (Replay)

One of my favorite episodes from the past year is one I did with my accountant, Mario Lucibello, and I’m excited to share it with you again as we head into the ever-so-fun tax season. Now, I know what you’re probably thinking: accounting doesn’t sound very festive. But what if I told you that Mario has some tips for how to give yourself a last-minute bonus before we get to the end of the year?

Not only does he give insights into entrepreneurship, taxes, and finances in this episode, but he also has a really unique perspective on happiness and wealth that I think everyone should keep in mind as we go through the holiday season. Mario has been fortunate to see the finances of hundreds of entrepreneurs over the years, which has helped to shape his perspective on money and wealth. So kick back and enjoy this interesting and refreshing replay.

You’ll learn:

  • What Mario has learned about entrepreneurs from being an accountant. (6:20)
  • The best way to sell investments while also limiting your tax liability. (14:05)
  • Why it might make sense to pay yourself a little bit more. (19:20)
  • How the State and the IRS view your LLC differently. (24:10)
  • Why hiring your kids is a great tax—and life—strategy. (26:30)
  • The top plans owners should look at to give their employees a good retirement base. (33:20)
  • Some of the big ways you can save on your taxes. (37:45)

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(With your host Andrew Youderian of eCommerceFuel.com and Mario Lucibello from Greenhaus, Riordan & Co. LLP)

 

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Andrew Youderian
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Andrew is the founder of eCommerceFuel and has been building eCommerce businesses ever since gleefully leaving the corporate world in 2008.  Join him and 1,000+ vetted 7- and 8-figure store owners inside the eCommerceFuel Community.

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