Join Daniel Nickles and Chris Thompson with their guest Yonah Weiss, as they introduce us to everything we need to hear about cost segregation. Yonah shares how his teaching background, together with his love for real estate, helped him continue his passion for teaching as he now helps people save money from taxes. In this episode, he breaks down the basics and the benefits of cost segregation in detail – an exciting niche of the diverse industry that is real estate. Yonah makes it sound easy and straight, so make sure to join us until the last minute of the episode because there will be a lot to learn.
In this episode you will learn:
- Learning by being around people – not just by the books.
- What is cost segregation?
- Breaking down how cost segregation works.
- Is cost segregation a process you can D-I-Y or not?
- The components of property included in cost segregation.
About Yonah Weiss:
Ever since he was young, Yonah has been a teacher; his grandmother used to call it “the family business.” The principle “If you know ABCs–teach ABCs” has always resonated with Yonah. It’s what drove him to teach professionally for over a decade, and it’s what continues to drive him to help people save tons of money on income tax or invest in real estate.
Yonah takes his passion for education into everything he does. He loves to learn and stay informed, but more importantly, shares that knowledge with others.
He has helped hundreds of real estate investors save Tens of Millions of Dollars in income tax through Cost Segregation with Madison SPECS and has been a guest on over 100 of the top real estate podcasts on the subject.
“It’s not about how much you make; it’s about how much you keep.”
As host of the new podcast Weiss Advice, Yonah speaks to some of the best minds in Real Estate, Business and Beyond, to learn how anyone can succeed in life.
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