95% of Americans are going to pay taxes the rest of their lives…even during their retirement years!

Why?

Because they will report INCOME on their tax returns.

Why?

Because their savings is in assets where the distributions are taxable.

How much of your retirement savings do you want to send to the IRS during your retirement years?

What will the tax rates be during your retirement years?

You are not required to file a tax return after age 65 – it’s legal and in the tax code.

How?

No INCOME to report.

How?

Build your savings in assets where the distributions are not taxable.

The choice is yours.

Either you head into your retirement years knowing you could get clobbered by taxes upon taxes, or you sail into your retirement years with no worries about who is in office and what tax code changes are signed into law.

The spendable cash flow from these non-taxable assets distributes 25% – 40% more cash flow than spending down your traditional taxable assets.

What is your choice?

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

Judy Carlson, CPA
CEO & Founder, Coram Deo Financial

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