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 You could make your own Holiday Rent Coupon
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90 second video shows results of using Mike Butler’s Holiday Rent Coupon properly


Happy Holidays and Here Is Your New Secret Money Maker for Landlords

My BIG Secret Tip to Get Your January Rents PAID Early!

It Works! 

I have been doing it for over 20 years!

If you have tenants and rental properties, this is a NO-BRAINER to make sure your tenants pay next month’s rent early. Step into your Tenant’s shoes for just a moment. Holiday season, cold weather with higher utilities bills, extra expenses for holiday season… gifts for family, kids, etc.

Here is a great, simple, POWERFUL tool to make you look like a wonderful person and at the same time, almost guarantees your rent payment bill gets put on TOP of their bills to pay first or now. The simple version is your very own…
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Wishing You a Very Safe, Wonderful, and Warm Thanksgiving!
We are so thankful for everything in life, especially living in our great country.







Great News for Real Estate Investors! – click below for details

Federal Court Approves Class Action on Ohio City’s Illegal Home Inspections


Part 1 and 2 of Simple 5 Part Bullet Proof Asset Protection System for Real Estate Investors

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Tax Update: How Do I Write Off Baseball Season Tickets to My Business?

Code Sec. 162 permits a business to deduct its ordinary and necessary expenses for carrying on the business. However, Code Sec. 274 restricts the deduction of entertainment expenses incurred for business by disallowing expenses of entertainment activities and entertainment facilities. Many expenses are totally disallowed; other amounts, if allowed under Code Sec. 274, are limited to 50 percent of the expense.

The income tax regulations define entertainment as any activity of a type generally considered to be entertainment, amusement, or recreation, such as entertaining at night clubs, lounges, theaters, country clubs, golf and athletic clubs, and sports events, as well as hunting, fishing, vacation and similar trips. There are special rules for the costs of…
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