HOW TO WORK INCOME TAX FREE
|Work and live outside the country.
I know of a fellow whoís name is Terry. He got laid off from his work with a nice little cash settlement package. Shortly after that he was offered a job out of the country. It was in Cuba of all places. He is making scadds of money. YA, that means over the six figure number and he pays squatt-nick for taxes because he works outside the country and most of his time is spent outside the country and because he has claimed non-residency in his native country.
Itís all legal and he is living like a king. If he wanted, he could live in some little country like Costa Rica, where the cost of living is about a third of what it is in a developed nation. He could have all his investments in off shore banks free from taxation and retire like some of the lucky ones do, very early in life, in style on some tropical island somewhere.
Actually I have spoken to him about all this and I havenít been able to contact him lately since telling him what he could do in this regard. I think he may be in the process of setting himself up to do exactly what I have been talking about here as he had taken some of my advice earlier as it relates to doing the legal stuff to get the tax man out of his life.
If I contact Terry, I will give an update and hopefully some photos so we can see what he has been up to lately.
I hope to have a members letter go out to one and all at some point in the future. If I do you will get updates like this so you can get all the latest tips and techniques on how to make it in the business and where the jobs are as well as what kind of jobs are out there. Sometimes many of the CREAM jobs are not advertised, they are acquired through word of mouth.
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