DEBT Free ✅…or Not ❌

by | Mar 12, 2019 | Discovery, Tax-Free

We strive to be DEBT free:

  • House paid off ✅
  • Student loans paid off ✅
  • Car paid off ✅
  • Credit cards paid off ✅
  • Tax DEBT on 401k, IRA, 403b, SEP, SIMPLE, Solo ❌

If you take a loan today, you are in DEBT to the bank. You pay the loan back based on the interest rate and terms.

If you earn money today, and don’t pay the taxes, you are in DEBT to the IRS. What is the interest rate (tax rate) and terms of that DEBT?

You don’t know. Your tax DEBT could be your biggest DEBT. And you could be paying it off for the rest of your life. The IRS guarantees it.

Do you want to file tax returns at 85 and 90, to pay taxes at an unknown rate that is out of your control, on money you are earning today?

Let’s get you out of your DEBT to the IRS now!

If what you thought to be true about your money turned out not to be true, when would you want to know?

Remember, You Can Live Tax-Free in Retirement!

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9233 Park Meadows Drive | Suite 125
Lone Tree, CO 80124

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