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David Morgan

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Anyone ever go to the Valuation Expo in Las Vegas? It seems pricey I don't know what good it will do for my business. I'd like to know what it's all about and if it's ever helped anyone?
 

Adios

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Anyone ever go to the Valuation Expo in Las Vegas? It seems pricey I don't know what good it will do for my business. I'd like to know what it's all about and if it's ever helped anyone?

Dave, I am travleling this week but someone in my office would be happy to chat with you. Try Jim at 513. 919.4700.

Lots of good information can be found by watching the video.
 

AMF13

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You say you like to gamble, Lost Wages is your place.
You win some, you lose some, it's all the same to me. :peace:
 

Dean

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I am probably going but only for the simple fact that i left my continuing Ed late again.
 

TRESinc

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i went to one 3 or 4 years ago and it was all about AMCs and the problems they were having. the only bright spot for me was the open bar after the meeting, and the fact i got to write off the whole trip as a business expense.
 

Meandering

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i went to one 3 or 4 years ago and it was all about AMCs and the problems they were having. the only bright spot for me was the open bar after the meeting, and the fact i got to write off the whole trip as a business expense.

That sounds productive.

Aren't there better ways to get a tax write off?

Like, buying AI published books about appraising?

Taking real classes to upgrade a license level?

Buying ads in a school's newsletter or sports team?

Drinking and listening to whining leeches just seems like a waste of time and money, even if you do get to write it off.

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TRESinc

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That sounds productive.

Aren't there better ways to get a tax write off?

Like, buying AI published books about appraising?

Taking real classes to upgrade a license level?

Buying ads in a school's newsletter or sports team?

Drinking and listening to whining leeches just seems like a waste of time and money, even if you do get to write it off.

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which is precisely why i went to one to see what it was all about and have not been back since.
 

Meandering

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which is precisely why i went to one to see what it was all about and have not been back since.

:rof: I can relate. Lots of things I won't do again also. :rof:

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