Creating Wealth and Building a Residual Income Is a Reality
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What if you
had a home opportunity like this...
Being featured with the most respected magazines and business journals in the world..
Wall Street Journal
Success From Home Magazine
And Many More!
Best selling author of "Rich Dad Poor Dad," Robert Kiyosaki, openly stated...
FACTS You Can Bank
Building residual income with a home opportunity that is:
Publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange.
Regulated by the Securities & Exchange Commission (making everything 100%
Debt-free, cash rich, and in business for over 30 years.
Has 13 consecutive years of record growth!
Has THOUSANDS of full-time income earners!
Pays its associates Every Day!
Its CEO and Founder is on the Board of Directors for the United States Chamber of
Offers an opportunity that pays immediate and long-term, residual
income...with only a part time commitment!
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able to pay its associates more than $140,000,000! Discover your chance to capitalize on
the explosive growth this home opportunity has and begin building wealth and a legacy.
Getting Rich: By Creating Value Gaining wealth is easy when you understand what wealth is. It's value! If you ever wondered what goes into getting rich, then most likely you've ran into articles advising you to work hard, save money, cut expenses, and invest the money you saved into safe conventional investments such as certified deposits also known as CD's. Saving isn't a terrible idea but it wouldn't get you rich. There is a concept that all wealthy people understand, and apply, that is rarely used by regular people. Completely comprehending it will sure to send you on a path of prosperity.
Your Business Is Subject to AFA and Now You Have a $2,000 Penalty As companies grow often they choose to set up additional entities, purchase other companies or combine their operations with other businesses. These types of combinations can complicate issues with the IRS, the Department of Labor, The Fair Standards Labor Act, ERISA, and the Affordable Care Act.
Tax Subsidies A large number of countries are using tax subsidies as a form of state influence on the economy. Although the amount of subsidies in an economy is difficult to accurately measure, it does appear that they relate to several percent of gross domestic product. Thus, in the European Union explicit subsidies are on average three percent of gross domestic product and about 10 percent of total budgetary expenditures.