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Moving from the wrong side of zero and into a positive financial future might feel impossible, but it’s not. Our strategies are tailored specifically to each of our clients, which can be easily implemented more than they thought possible with how we structure and protect assets via our unique, specialized financial instruments. Our financial instruments are tools which will give you complete financial safety in all your professional and or personal financial areas which are the most vulnerable.
Financial affairs are maintained in total privacy, and records are kept confidential. One of the most fundamental American rights is our right to financial privacy.
The Specialized Spendthrift Trust is a “Titanium Vault” of protection for business, estate, and individuals. The Trust has proven to withstand court judgments, tax liens, lawsuits, divorce claims, bankruptcies, levies, and, seizures. It also eliminates the need for a Will and bypasses state and federal probate. Trust Assets are also protected against creditors.
As unique, specialized financial instrument, it allows taxes to be deferred until the Beneficiaries take the assets out of the Trust (if, when, or ever). Internal Revenue Code states, “There has to be a possibility for an end of the Trust for there to be a possibility of taxation.” The instrument is renewable and can last for hundreds of years. The Trustee, at his or her sole discretion, determines what is income or extraordinary dividends to the Trust. The Trust is NOT subject to pay tax on capital gains.
Spendthrift Trust Products
Now is the time to engage your Economic Strategist so you can determine which Trust is suited to best protect your assets, income, and reduce tax liabilities. Using specialized highly unique financial instruments is the solution for peace of mind.
1. Beneficial Trust
2. Business I Trust
3. Business II Trust
4. Business Advanced Trust
5. Charitable Trust
6. Real Estate Trust
7. Oil & Gas Trust
8. Retirement Trust
IRS Code 643B
This is a summary of Internal Revenue Code; Section 643: If a Trust is Discretionary, and no percent is designated to any one Beneficiary, the Trustee may designate that income, paid to the Corpus of the Trust, is in fact not taxable income, but rather is an Extraordinary Dividend. It goes on further to state that Trust assets sold are NOT subject to capital gains tax.
Recognizing Illegal Tax Avoidance Schemes
There are a large number of illegal tax avoidance schemes. These schemes are typically promoted
with the promise of reducing or eliminating income and other types of taxes.
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