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Today we are joined by Aaron Howell, a current client of The Real Estate CPA who made the move from a full-time pharmacist to an active real estate investor and real estate professional.
In this episode, we will discuss how Aaron got involved in real estate, when he knew when it was time to go part-time as a pharmacist in order to pursue active real estate investing, his advice for those looking to do the same, his favorite tax strategies, and more.
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