Jason Hartman begins today’s show discussing the ongoing phenomenon on Wall Street of people investing so much money into IPOs when the company has proven that they don’t have a business plan that works.
Then Jason talks with Phil DeMuth, co-author with Ben Stein of the book The Overtaxed Investor: Slash Your Tax Bill & Be A Tax Alpha Dog, about how investors can set themselves up for a lower tax bill. Phil and Jason also discuss the idea of investing in Opportunity Zones and why Phil is so passionate against the Secure Act.
[2:20] There’s a cottage industry spinning off of Airbnb of tech companies telling municipalities which properties are violating their ordinances
[8:39] The ridiculousness of the stock market and tech startups
Phil DeMuth Interview:
[13:55] How are investors being overtaxed?
[18:18] Generating tax liabilities by trading
[22:35] Make sure to put your growth asets in your taxable account
[26:14] Phil’s thoughts on Opportunity Zones
[28:58] Why the debate over the Secure Act is important