• The Guide to Tax Free Wealth 2019, 2020 & Beyond

  • Learn How the Wealthy Like Trump Use Cash Value Life Insurance, 1031 Real Estate Exchanges, 401k & IRA Investing, & Other Loopholes to Lower Taxes
  • By: Ryan Wright
  • Narrated by: Jim D. Johnston
  • Length: 3 hrs and 41 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Money & Finance, Investing & Trading
  • 3.8 out of 5 stars (31 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Are you looking for proven, reliable ways to make more money? Trying to invest for your future?

The Guide to Tax Free Wealth 2019, 2020 & Beyond is here to show you how. Don’t stress over confusing investment plans and technical jargon - in this detailed, easy-to-understand guide you’ll discover powerful ways you can make more money that will last long into the future, including:

  • The Difference Between 401k and IRA (and why it matters)
  • Using municipal bonds as a reliable (and minimum-risk!) source of income
  • Why "14" is the magic house-renting number!
  • The hidden power of cash value life insurance
  • The secret "health ira" investment that most people don’t know
  • How you can use 1031 exchanges to boost your real estate investment
  • Selling a house for the maximum payout
  • And much more!

Not only that, but you’ll also get a comprehensive bonus section containing all you need to know about cash value life insurance and how it will help you create lasting, lucrative investment strategies - all of which are tax-free! What are you waiting for? Get this audiobook and start investing today!

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Nothing ground breaking

Really boring monotone reader . Not a whole lot of new info here. You can prob pass on this

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Hella Basic

designed for people with NO clue what the words in the title mean. Would never recommend

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Very Basic, boring monotone

Very basic financial education and concepts for newbies. This is not written for sophisticated, savvy, folks or financial advisors. The voice puts me to sleep.

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50% good 50% TRASH, beginners beware,

401k, good
Roth IRA good
Selling your home, not good
Renting home less than 15 days per year, meh.
Whole life policy - RIPOFF- stay away.
1031 exchange, newbie beware****

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not what I was expecting

good info but was expecting more details of the tax benefits based on the title

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this book is amazing

Would recommend 10/10

lots of great info!

thanks

This book teaches you alot of essential things the rich “say” they teach us