How To Pay Less In Taxes
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How to pay less in taxes, revealed in our free report, TAXES the Largest Transfer of Your Wealth. 

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“The current fiscal policy is unsustainable. We are heading to a future where we’ll have to double federal taxes or cut federal spending by 60%.” – David Walker, Former Comptroller General of the United States.

Tax Expert, Ed Slott, CPA says, “Life insurance is the SINGLE BIGGEST BENEFIT in the TAX code”.

Do you want to pay higher TAXES?  If you are successful, you are a target of the IRS and the more you make, the more you pay. The secret is to keep more of what you earn, and to keep it in the family…

The understanding of how to pay less in taxes is not a complicated matter, although the IRS and financial institutions would have you believe so. Therefore it’s important to have some basic knowledge of the income tax to truly realize the impact of taxes over your lifetime.

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You can eliminate unnecessary taxes using the power of Life Insurance. Learn how to pay less in taxes and shield your family from unnecessary taxes with permanent life insurance.

Life insurance provides many living tax benefits including tax deferral and income tax free distribution, as long as the policy is configured correctly, and a few simple rules are followed. And, the death benefit is income tax free to your heirs.

Permanent, whole life insurance also allows you to spend other financial assets in a more tax efficient manner, so you can enjoy tax advantaged income during retirement. It’s important that you understand how life insurance integrates with your financial plan in order to form an effective tax strategy.

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Tax Facts

  • In recent years personal taxes increased 42% faster than personal income.
  • State and local government taxes increased 168% faster than national income.
  • The typical American pays more in taxes than they do on food, shelter, and clothing combined.
  • Federal taxes increased 2.5 times faster than personal income in 1995-2000 with more planned.
  • 5.1 months equates to about 40% (142.5 days) of the year worked by the average citizen to pay for government spending at all levels.
  • The average worker needed to work 1.4 months in 1928 to pay for federal plus state/local government spending, compared to working 5 months today. That’s 300% more.
  • We have to pay an extra $3,300 per man, woman, and child of ‘hidden taxes’ in the price of goods for the cost of added regulations mandated to the private sector.
  • 1996 represented the highest inflation-adjusted taxes ($22,000) ever paid in history for a median income dual-earner family, and new records were set in 1997, 1998, and again in 1999.
  • Since 1993 tax receipts have grown 52% faster than personal incomes and in 1998 80% faster.
  • Between 1995 and 1998, GDP rose by $1213 billion or 16.7%. Federal revenue rose by $390 billion, or 26.9%.
  • In 1939, 26 years after the Sixteenth Amendment was adopted, only 5% of the population was required to file tax returns. Today, its more than 80%.
  • Tax rates grew from a 2.96% rate on employee incomes to a 15.3% tax rate- 5 times larger.
  • In 1996, 43% of couples were being penalized by tax laws for being married. Average marriage penalty tax is $1,131 per couple.

Tax facts compiled from: Wealth & Wisdom
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