【Even with billion yen in assets, they still drive a scratched-up minicar.】
What the “top 3.5% of the wealthy” are doing secretly
Former National Tax Expert Secretly Teaches You About the Billionaire Next Door (Yoshitaka Kobayashi) - Diamond Publishing - Diamond Inc.
Even with billion yen in assets, they still drive a scratched-up minicar.
What the "top 3.5% of the wealthy" are doing secretly
29 habits learned from the wealthy that will keep you in financial trouble for the rest of your life
☑The realities of the wealthy that we learned from an inheritance tax investigation
☑Don't give money unnecessarily for living expenses
☑Invest rather than gamble
☑Don't be stingy with education expenses
☑Generate income even in old age
☑Home ownership instead of renting for tax benefits
☑One yen can become a billion-dollar asset.
☑Anyone can become a billionaire.
We know the alchemy of billionaires!
Investment] [Tax reduction] [Real estate] [Insurance] [Inheritance
From the Author
What image comes to mind when you hear the word "wealthy"?
A person dressed in luxury brand fashions, with a garage full of foreign cars, and a large number of wealthy people who have retired early.
They retire early and take frequent trips abroad.
If that is the image you have of the wealthy
If this is your image of the wealthy, you are mistaken.
Rather, their lifestyles are simple and their clothes are quite ordinary.
At first glance, it is impossible to tell the wealthy from the general public.
This is why, as an inheritance tax investigator at the Tokyo Regional Taxation Bureau, I have had the opportunity to come into contact with a large number of wealthy people.
This was my first surprise when I was in charge of inheritance tax investigations at the Tokyo Regional Taxation Bureau and had the opportunity to come into contact with a large number of wealthy people.
I had been raised in a single-parent household and had never had the opportunity to meet many wealthy people.
I had always felt that the wealthy were distant from me.
Since only about 10% of IRS employees are in charge of inheritance tax, information about the wealthy is not widely available to the public.
I was involved in inheritance tax research for about 10 years.
The inheritance tax investigation, in which I was involved for about 10 years, is clearly different from other tax investigations because
The inheritance tax investigation, in which I have been involved for about 10 years, is clearly different from other tax investigations in that it often goes into the private affairs of individuals.
The question is, "How did he or she amass such a large fortune?" I will be investigating from the viewpoint of "how did he or she amass such a huge fortune?
We are interested in the deceased's occupation and income, as well as his or her personal hobbies and friendships.
personal hobbies and friendships.
Through this work, I have learned a lot about
I have learned about the "real" finances and lifestyles of the wealthy, which are not often revealed to the public.
In this book, I will focus on the commonalities among the wealthy.
I will report on the commonalities among the wealthy from the four perspectives of "household finances," "asset management," "lifestyle," and "family.
In addition, it also covers points related to inheritance tax, so you can use the information to prepare for inheritance tax.
This book can also be used to prepare for inheritance tax.
The commonalities among the wealthy are interesting, and there is much to learn from them.
We hope you will enjoy reading this book.