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This Is a Dumb Way to Save on Taxes... Invest Like the Rich!

Published on 7/12/2017
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This is a dumb way to save on taxes...

In the year 2008, Donald Biagi of Fairfield, Connecticut had a brilliant idea...

An idea that would finally solve his tax problem.

You see, as the owner of a small landscaping business, Don worked hard for his money.

He hauled truckloads of dirt for new flowerbeds and gardens. He mowed acre upon acre of grass beneath a scorching summer sun. 

Heeven risked frostbite to clear the walkways for grocery stores and the homes of old ladies.

Well, Don didn't do everything, of course.

He had staff.

But still, he was a business owner. He made an honest living.

So what right did the IRS have to come in and take his money?

It was HIS!

And now, Don had finally figured out how keep it.

He walked up to the bank teller with a small client check -- one for just $10.52.

But instead of depositing it into his account, he took it as cash.

Of course, Don was also his own bookkeeper. So no one, including the IRS, would have any idea the money was supposed to have been paid to his business.

He kept doing it.

By the end of 2010, he'd received cash from over 574 checks -- even including one for $15,604.50.

(Why the bank actually handed him cash for a check that big, I have no idea.)

The IRS caught up to him though.

And in January of 2017, Don was sentenced to a year and a half in prison and ordered to pay $445,579 for unpaid taxes, interest, and additional fines.

Point is...

Trying to avoid taxes like this is dumb.

Who knows? Maybe you'll be "lucky" and get away with it.

Or... you could end up going to jail, getting slammed with massive fines, or even losing possession of your own home.

And here's the thing...

You don't even have to do anything illegal to drastically cut your tax bill.

The IRS actually tells you how to do it too.

The truth is... the government WANTS to reward folks who put their time and money back into growing the economy.

And 93% of the U.S. Tax Code is all about legal ways you can keep more of your money.

We walk you step-by-step through a number of these specific strategies inside EVG.

Just one of these alone could put $5,000 back into your bank account starting immediately.


EVGResearch Team

PS: Instead of using tricks like Don's to hide income, you should actually make it EASIER to be audited.

Access this lesson to find out how...

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