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Mr. Bob Doyle

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President and Chief Investment Of...

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Doyle Wealth Management Inc
333 Third Avenue North Suite 300
St. Petersburg, Florida 33701
United States

Company Description: Doyle Wealth Management recognizes that to effectively serve our clients in their wealth management and preservation needs, trusts need to be a major consideration....   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Master of Accountancy
    The University of West Florida
  • Bachelor of Arts , Accounting
    The University of West Florida
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Site Map, 7 Mar 2014 [cached]
Robert K. Doyle
"If you think the market financials ..., 7 Sept 2009 [cached]
"If you think the market financials are going to be greater (at retirement) than where they are today, you should be considering this," said Bob Doyle, president of Doyle Wealth Management in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Doyle said owners, in deciding which type of plan to set up, need to consider how much money they want to contribute to employees' accounts.
"Some are generous and some are myopic in their focus," Doyle said.
Real Estate Is Hot - Don't Get Burned, 22 Nov 2011 [cached]
"Generally, we CPAs don't like debt," notes Bob Doyle, CPA/PFS, a partner in Spoor, Doyle & Associates in St. Petersburg, Florida. "Now that tax and interest rates are so low and itemized deductions are limited, the tax benefits of debt are not as attractive as they used to be. Despite the absence of these benefits, Doyle is having a hard time telling his clients not to borrow for 30 years at 5%.
Doyle agrees: "I don't think there's a lot more downside potential left in rates.
"You don't want to be the most expensive home on the block," says Doyle, who also serves as chairperson of the AICPA personal financial planning executive committee. "People want to live next door to better-not lesser-houses. When it's time to sell, the lower-priced houses in the neighborhood also could compete against you."
Besides, says Doyle, in this market "people already are expecting to pay an arm and a leg for a fixer-upper.
The reality in today's real estate market is that everything is linked, says Doyle.
Smart Ways To Play Defense, 1 Mar 2004 [cached]
"I tell them these assets are inherently risky by themselves," notes Bob Doyle, a partner and personal finance specialist with Spoor, Doyle & Associates, an accounting firm in St. Petersburg, Fla. "Then I point out that we can reduce their overall risk by adding commodities to a portfolio that includes equities, fixed income, and real estate. It's the magic of diversification."
"We divide our hard asset allocation between Oppenheimer Real Asset and Pimco Commodity Real Return Strategy funds," Doyle explains.
O-R Online |, 28 July 2003 [cached]
But at this point in the year, most of the business owners who still haven't filed are the procrastinators, many of whom have problems that go beyond filling out their returns, said Bob Doyle, a certified public accountant with Spoor, Doyle & Associates in St. Petersburg, Fla.
A company owner who hasn't completed a 2002 tax return probably doesn't have a very good handle on how the business is doing in 2003, said Doyle, explaining that "accounting information is the language of business."
Without that information, a business owner stands to miss quite a bit.
"What opportunities have you overlooked?What kind of errors have you made?"Doyle asked.
Accountants warn that owners who don't get their companies' finances under control stand to lose the business, or find themselves in a great deal of debt.Many who haven't filed their 1040s by now also haven't made their quarterly estimated tax payments and are facing penalties and interest charges.
For many owners, the problem is a matter of time.They have the best of intentions, but are so busy running the business that they end up neglecting the financial side of their work.Doyle says this is often the problem for professionals such as doctors.
Doyle said, however, that he has yet to see the government reject a request.
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