Is There No Incentive to End Wars & Cure Diseases?

In a system rooted in cronyism, is there any incentive to solve problems rather than protract them? May 7, 2017 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP The United States’ political class sold its citizenry a bill of goods: that ending war and disease comes with the destruction of Western economy as we know it. It’s never been said […]

State Licensure Requirements Keep the Poor Down

Licensure requirements keep the poor from enjoying upward mobility as one of many barriers to entry into the market place. April 23, 2018 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP Despite all the regulatory rigging by governments big and small around the world, we are all living in an era of unprecedented prosperity! Talk about an […]

First Tax Cuts, But Then Tariffs?

From tax cuts to tariff hikes, what is Trump’s economic endgame? March 19, 2018 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP The United States is being pulled in several economic directions under Trump’s administration. I won’t call it “leadership” as that would be overstating things quite a bit. However, while fans of Trump rightly lauded his […]

Borderless Interview: Escaping the Politically Obsessed Culture

February 28, 2018 With Bobby Casey, Managing Director at GWP and James Guzman of BorderlessBlog.com   Expat, James Guzman, interviews Bobby Casey to discuss how they make sense of and remain sane in a hyper politicized climate. Show notes: 4:30 The Trump administration’s effect on the economy 8:20 How to make sense of the debt […]

It’s 2018: Have Your Personal Tax Strategies Evolved?

Many long-standing deductions and exemptions will be no more, which might require all new tax strategies. January 26, 2018 By: Diane Kennedy, CPA USTaxAid.com I normally write about tax strategies for business owners and real estate investors. There’s been plenty to write about with the 2018 Tax Cuts and Job Act. Today and tomorrow, though, […]

Is Your E-Commerce Business Ready for the Sales Tax Changes?

E-commerce businesses faces sales tax changes due to Marketplace Fairness Act. January 23, 2018 By: Diane Kennedy, CPA USTaxAid.com In 2018, the State of Washington’s new marketplace rules take effect. Marketplace facilitators (like Amazon) will be required to collect sales tax on behalf of marketplace sellers that have not otherwise established a physical presence of […]

C Corporation Changes in the New Tax Plan

Major changes are afoot in the new tax plan for C Corporations, but it’s important to think ahead before making any hasty decisions. January 12, 2018 By: Diane Kennedy, CPA USTaxAid.com By now, you’ve probably heard that the 2018 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is rolling back the maximum C corporation rate to 21%. That, […]

Interview: Location Independence & Asset Protection

Get some actionable advice on location independence, asset protection and much more from this Freedom Lovin’ interview! January 5, 2018 Interview with:  Kevin Koskella with Bobby Casey Bobby Casey joins Kevin Koskella on Freedom Lovin’s podcast to discuss internationalization, location independence, entrepreneurship, asset protection, and corporate structuring. Inspired by Harry Browne, Kevin Koskella has an […]

Big Changes for Meals & Entertainment Expenses

While business friendly on many fronts, the new tax plan removes a few benefits such as meals and entertainment write-offs. December 29, 2017 By: Diane Kennedy, CPA USTaxAid.com It’s over 1000 pages long and there are a lot of little nuances to the new tax plan. Over the next few weeks, I’ll be highlighting changes […]

The 2018 New Pass-Through Tax Strategy

If you have a pass-through entity, it might be time to optimize your tax strategies in 2018 in light of the new tax bill. December 26, 2017 By: Diane Kennedy, CPA USTaxAid.com You may have heard that we’re all going to pay a whole lot less tax on our pass through entities. That’s true, to […]