Are there alternative or better investments available to me?
YES! Most people just aren't aware of them because:
They're less conventional
We aren't educated about them
Most Financial Advisors don't understand them or know how to implement them
As a result, few Americans take advantage of these accounts — while more than half the population has a taxable 401(k) or similar tax-deferred retirement account.
With A Traditional Investment like a 401(k) or IRA…
You have to pay taxes (upfront or at the end—either way you will be taxed heavily)
Your money is not liquid (you can’t access your money any time you want, and if you do, you’re fiscally penalized)
You are limited to how much you invest (plans with most tax benefits have funding limits)
Your money is not guaranteed (the money in your 401(k) or IRA rides the roller coaster of market ups and downs)
You are required to report your earnings to the IRS (everything in a 401(k) or IRA, is uncle sam’s business.)
A Proven Approach
With a Non-traditional Investment…
You don’t pay taxes on growth or principal. Ever. ( This is 100% legal if your account is set up correctly, and structured according to current IRS tax-code.)
You earn 30-40 times more interest than with a regular bank account. (Historically, qualified individuals earned 4-8% a year.)
Your interest rate can be guaranteed (Your money grows at the same yearly rate as when you opened your account— even if the market crashes).
Your money can be liquid (Money put into and made in your account can be cash—you can use any amount—at any time—without penalty).
And there are many more wonderful fiscal advantages with accounts like this...
Is It Too Good To Be True?
Nope, it’s very real.
In fact, accounts like this are not a new investment strategy.
Accounts like these have been used by wealthy individuals and families for hundred of years to build, then pass on fortunes.
Babe Ruth, Beethoven & President John F. Kennedy had accounts like this.
So did Presidents Taft, Cleveland, McKinley, Harding, and FDR (FDR, in fact, held a large portion of his estate—$562,142 or over $7 million in today's dollars—inside his account...)
John McCain even used cash from his account to fund his electoral campaign in '08.
Do You Qualify For An Account Like This?
These are NOT just available just to athletes, presidents and the super rich...
To discover if you qualify, take our 30 second survey below.