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Episode Info:

Stewart was a partner at one of the most prestigious Chicago law firms until the grind of always coming and going from home at night finally got to him and he opened his own practice, providing regular people with the same tax services that big corporations have at their disposal. He went against the “Tax Gurus” you find online by creating his own tax course where people can learn the different kinds of tax brackets there are, what are the best countries to incorporate, what income means and much more.

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Listen to this episode to find out:

  • The importance of always to keep moving forward
  • How going somewhere quickly is better to stay in place overanalysing
  • How a well-made course product can help you regain voice in a misrepresented market 
  • How your course can be a way to conquer clients that can’t afford your full service
  • What’s the difference between paying your taxes properly or paying poorly with a fee
  • The distinction between self-employed and non-US company schemes
  • The bad ideas that tax people online have been propagating
  • What are some of the best countries to open your corporation

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