Want to start investing? If you’re ready to take control of your financial future, and you want to build real wealth, long-term investing is the best way to do it. If you have $100 and want to start building wealth, then you’re ready to learn how to start investing.
We have all the tools you need to learn how to invest, no matter your age, your financial knowledge or your money. We can also educate you on all different types of investments – from long-term mutual funds and ETFs, to cryptocurrency, to real estate investing.
We also have tools for people who don’t want to do anything else. We share the best tips you can use to put your investments on autopilot.
The guide to start investing
No matter what your age is, here is the guide to learn how to invest:
How to start investing in cryptocurrencies
Cryptocurrencies like BitCoin, Ethereum and LiteCoin are all the rage right now. Below, José Gutiérrez Mayorga tells you how to get started.
How to start investing in microfinance (real estate, stocks and more)
Micro financing has been a popular trend in recent years. By pooling money with other investors online, small investors have been able to participate in investments that used to be off limits except to the ultra-wealthy.
For example, real estate micro financing has become a great way for “average” investors to start investing in real estate for as little as $500 to start.
Here are some of the best ways to get started in microfinance investing.
The best tools for investors
If you’re an investor, it’s essential that you have the right tools. Here are our guides to getting started with investing using some of our favorite tools and services (many of which are free):
Taxes are an important issue when it comes to investing. Here’s what you need to know about some of the most common tax questions we get asked.
The first step that leads an entrepreneur to think about tax obligations is when they want to formalize their business. By registering and registering a company with the Public Administration System, the operation of the company is legally validated.
One of the obligations you acquire when formalizing your business is the payment of taxes to contribute to the public expenditure that the country has by providing hospitals, schools or services such as drainage and lighting, among others. The type of taxes that refer to federal fiscal issues of a company are the VAT, ISR and IEPS.
Each of these is defined according to:
Value Added Taxes: tax payable on the acquisition of goods and services to carry out the activity.
Income Tax: is the tax corresponding to the income generated by the activity you carry out, i.e., you must pay a percentage according to the total profits that your business obtains.
Special Tax on Production and Services: It applies to businesses that produce or sell certain food, beverages (alcohol and beer), gasoline or tobacco cigarettes.