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TIP #1:
Work as your own boss and contract yourself out to a big corporation. Pretty simple ah?

Contact a qualified tax accountant for this. He/she will tell you how you can use many expense items of every day life as tax deductions that the average employee cannot. You may be able to us your corporation as an investment vehicle as well in order to limit your taxation.

If you have a good tax accountant you can keep lots of your money that would otherwise go into the tax man's pocket. That's what Steve the "Bad Boy" of the business does. And he does quite well by it too.

TIP #2:

Another way of limiting taxes is to work out of the country.  Quite often (depending upon what your citizenship is) you can work in another country and pay no income taxes.  Some U.S. and Canadian citizens work and live out side North America and do this.
I could write pages and pages on this but most people aren't interested in this.  I do mention more details throughout the ebook as it may relate to specific individuals and situations.  No point in repeating myself here.

The sad thing is, the way terrorist activity is in the world these days no one I know that has worked or is working out of the country is willing to provide photos or interviews.  So it's tough to give good examples and interviews.

For the first tip example of being a contract Power Engineer, Steve's interview is the best one to read through.

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  • Brothers in the business:
      1. Al. The executive.  Photo!
      2. Brian. Working the 9 to 5, Monday to Friday routine.
      3. Chad. A newbe in 2001.  Photos!
      4. Chris. He used P.E.T. as a spring board to another career.  Photos!
      5. Don. Work in at the brewery.  Photos!
      6. Dwayne. An old hand.  Photos!
      7. Earl. Retired but still working full time???  Photos!
      8. Gord. Management.  Photo!
      9. James. Soon to be wealthy. Lots of great photos!
      10. John. Chief Engineer at the brewery.  Photos!
      11. Matt. A newbe in 2000.  Photo!
      12. Mike. Heís formerly from Scotland.  Photos!
      13. Max. A Control Room Operator and Shift Engineer who had his employer pay for his continuing education in his favorite hobby, computers.  Photos!
      14. Steve. The "Bad Boy of P.E.T." who has hit the six figure income bracket. Photos!
      15. Ted. Has hit the six figure income bracket.
      16. Warren. A newbe in 2001.  Photos!
      17. Older Warren. Lots of experience. Photos!
  • Sisters in the business:
      1. Brenda. A newbe in 2001.  Photos!
      2. Elaine. Management.  Very short Bio.  No pics.
      3. Hanna. Works in the electrical power generating industry.  Very short Bio. No pics.
      4. Lana. A newbe and Control Room Operator.  Photos!
      5. Mandy. A newbe in 2002.  Photos!
  • Brothers and Sisters of Aboriginal decent in the business:
  1. Liz.  She's happy to be a granny!  Photo!
  2. Alita. A student in 2002.  Photo!
  3. Jay. A newbe in 2000.  Formerly a research scientist.  Photos!
  4. Justin. A newbe in 1999 who is a Control Room Operator and who got $9000 in scholarshipsPhotos!
  5. Randy.  Under development.
  • Scope of P.E.T. Technology.
  • DARK SECRETS. Things people do and shouldnít do, while on shift.
  • Internet links to:
  1. US job opportunities
  2. Canadian job opportunities
  3. US apprenticeship, training and licensing
  4. Canadian apprenticeship and training
  5. Other countries and their job opportunities
  6. US Labor agencies.

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