Grant Cardone offers insights and advice to help the middle class break out and achieve true freedom in business, career and finance.Each week NY Times best selling author, self made multimillionaire entrepreneur and international sales expert Grant Cardone focuses on matters affecting the middle class. Whether it’s jobs and careers, finance, entrepreneurship, Grant’s real, raw in-your-face delivery serves as a wake up call for anyone ok with just being comfortable. The Cardone Zone is like no other business show presently on air. After one viewing you’ll be inspired to make success your duty, responsibility and obligation as you break free of the middle class and break into true freedom.

How to Ripoff the IRS:
1. Every person should be taking 9 exemptions.
2. You DO NOT want refunds. Don’t overpay the IRS.
3. You need to know the law for expenses.
4. Write off anything and everything you can legally.

“To play the tax game, you need cash flow.” – GC

11 comments
DirkLeenaerts
DirkLeenaerts









Dear Grant,

Loved watching the show you did on taxes.I usually watch from the “weekly recap” email you send.

What you say makes so much sense to me.To tell you the truth I learnt most of what you said in the show the HARD way.We had taxinspectors visiting us a couple of years back and they acted just like Gestapo.It still makes me angry thinking about it.

As a European, there are two things that struck me :

  1. The American has the stereotype of loving to pay taxes to Uncle Sam as a support to the Great Nation of the USA.It struck me that you feel very different about your dear Uncle Sam and even called him a pedophile !This made me laugh and it ridded me of one stereotype that still remained in my head.

  2. You were doing a calculation of one of your staff earling 45000 and “only” paying 7000 dollars in taxes and social security.You seem to think that is a lot of taxes.You better stay away from the United Socialist States of (R)Europe (USSE instead of USSR) as we only celebrated “Tax Liberation Day” on August 17th this year.This means that 55 to 60 % of our incomes go to the system which works out that you work for the system from January 1st to August 17th and only after that you get to keep what you earn.Think about that !Still it is worse than that !So out of 100 euro we only get 45 euro after taxes and Social Security. But when we go spend the remaining 45 euro : we are taxed 21% sales tax ! This means that out of 45 euro another 8 euro’s goes to my socialist Uncle Belgium.

  3. This leads me to another thing that struck me in your show : you said we better think again who we are going to vote for in November.Yes you are so right !European Countries have had socialist governments for decades now and have created the Welfare Society with huge numbers of unemployed, people retiring at age 50 (!), unfit and unable crippled people, etc.So very large proportions of our population are inactive and kept by the welfare system.These populations have a lot at stake and keep the socialists in power.Their growing numbers are demanding for wealth re-distribution which means that miniority of productive able people are being presented the bill time and time again.Thus the industries move abroad to the East of Europe and the Far East.One can see that it might eventually lead to the bankruptcy of democracy itself.The majority of the inactive vote that the active and prosperous should foot the bill.Hence the bankruptcy of Greece and countries like Spain, Portugal and even Italy and the Euro currency in danger.So it is important to not vote for the welfare state.You are so right to point that out.

My son and I are digesting all your stuff as it appears on internet and social media.We purchased already a couple of books for ourselves as well as some of our friends as we believe it is of the utmost importance that people wake up.We have woken up and answered the call to prosperity a long time ago.It is very inspiring to hear you on social media and YES we are like minded !

Dirk Leenaerts

Antwerp – Belgium

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Mario Rosas
Mario Rosas

Amaizing explanation. I love it. Success is my duty. Thank you so much Mr. Cardone.

AnnElizabeth1
AnnElizabeth1

That was awesome, thank you!  I feel reinspired and I really needed that boost!

GregoryReyes
GregoryReyes

Hey Grant what book do you recommend for taxes?

dylanpan
dylanpan

I'm a starting entrepreneur (21 y/o) making 10-20k/mon. How should I best get started approaching taxes the right way. I'm a dual citizen from Hong Kong, taking massive imperfect action in doing business in US... I know nothing about doing taxes

SymanHay
SymanHay

how can I put pre-tax money into an investment account instead of a 401k?


nLaMeres
nLaMeres

I learn something new every time I tune in, most of the time I'm doing everything wrong, but never too late to change!  Thanks Uncle G!

hinc1mike
hinc1mike

I have a c Corp and I'm only employee and still haven't hit that level where I worry about how much irs will take I will soon tho.

hinc1mike
hinc1mike

Once I hit the next level I shall alter my corporation into a non profit 501c and be tax exempt lol