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Private placement life insurance is a pre-emptive IRS audit tax strategy that transforms taxable ordinary income and capital gains into tax-free income (with no income tax reporting required under current U.S. Law). Please reference IRS Private Letter Ruling 200244001 (May 2, 2002). For U.S. Persons with investment income, private placement life insurance provides for compliant, tax-free compounded earnings.
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With summer heating things up, it is time to head to the coast to cool down, but do not try to get there too quickly or you may end up spending more on your weekend getaway than you planned. Everyone has been pulled over for speeding a time or two (or three or four), but a simple, speeding ticket can have major consequences.
When “I do” becomes “I don’t” married couples face agonizing emotional and financial quandaries. What do we do with the kids, the house, the dog, the boat, etc. How do we divide up our investments, retirement accounts, real estate, etc?
Long gone are the days when the bartender says, “How about one for the road?” A drink with friends after work can turn into the biggest financial quandary one may ever face. Driving while intoxicated offenses are at the forefront of America’s legal system. Whether considered driving while intoxicated (DWI) or driving under the influence (DUI), the bottom line is DWI’s are expensive.