"If the major opportunities for future growth of government lie in the area of conventional taxation, are there any defenses available to the citizenry? ... Perhaps the most fruitful advice comes in two parts. The first piece of advice is to avoid war and the rumor of war: this is history's greatest boon to the tax man. ... The second piece of advice is to seek ways of inhibiting government's ability conveniently to increase its collections. Possibly the very increase in that ability that is in prospect can be turned to account by a constitutional provision which forbade the income tax, and perhaps even the storage of information regarding individual incomes by third parties, including government." ~ Benjamin Ward
The Invisible Pirate - Big Brother on Steroids
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You didn't learn this in high school and you won't learn it in any college. You also won't learn it from any popular self-help book. Even earning an MBA from Harvard Business School won't help you when it comes to strategic self-preservation, but I teach it to my public high school seniors.
What you need to know is that an easy method of strategic self-preservation exists, but today it is really only being taught by the School of Hard Knocks. You can be forced to learn this simple method the hard way, the way most people learn it, or you can voluntarily learn it the easy way; it's your choice.
Like most Americans today, you are probably unfamiliar with this safe and effective method. You would probably never even consider using this method until it was way too late for you to take advantage of it. Most financial advisors will steer you in much riskier directions that only ensure that you will be unprotected when you need it the most.
If you can relate to any of the following questions, you should try this proven method:
Are you fed up with the State's many rules for retirement accounts?
Would you like to be able to save and spend your accumulated capital at will, without any limitations or penalties for doing so?
Do the paper trails of your financial accounts give you causes for concern?
Do your financial accounts unnecessarily complicate your life?
Do you spend too much valuable time attempting to track your accounts?
Do you receive too many monthly statements that you just don't have time to read?
Is income tax time a nightmare for you solely because of your financial accounts?
Do community property laws and a 50% divorce rate scare the hell out of you?
Are you searching for an effective way to protect your capital for the long term?
Would you like to have an invisible fortune that cannot be tracked by the IRS ?
Are you looking for an effective way to keep your capital private?
Do you distrust banks, computers, the stock market, the U.S. dollar, or Big Brother?
If the stock market crashed, would you lose most of your capital?
Are you averse to dabbling in the foreign exchange market?
Did you take a bath in the tech stock meltdown several years ago?
Does a hands-off method of capital accumulation appeal to you?
Does the potential for capital appreciation with minimal risk appeal to you?
Are you a babe in the woods when it comes to reading a mutual fund prospectus?
Are you concerned about inflation eating you alive?
Do you fear spending five years of your life trying to recover from identity theft?
Do you fear being wiped out financially due to online identity theft?
Have you already been a financial victim of identity theft?
Do computer viruses, worms, trojans, and e-mail phishing scams scare you?
Does the lack of privacy protection in the PATRIOT Act concern you?
Are you dismayed that all of your financial accounts are open books to the State?
Would you lose your shirt in a recession or depression?
Are you more interested in living your life than in worrying about your capital?
There is a better way, one that has been staring you in the face for years, but this method stands today's conventional wisdom on its head. While your great-grandparents often used this method, you have been carefully conditioned by State agents to ignore it.
How mysterious, you say? Not even close. This method is not a secret, it is openly reported on a daily basis and even discussed at length, but only by those who use it.
Most Americans go about their daily lives ignorant of this method's effectiveness and they are oblivious to the many very good reasons for using it.
What this method is not: a scam, a get rich quick scheme, illegal, immoral, unethical, or complicated. It also does not involve stuffing your mattress full of currency.
What this method is: a simple, easy, secure, anonymous, legal, inflation resistant, and very effective way to amass a fortune, with total privacy, while protecting your capital, without getting involved in the foreign exchange market, and without opening an overseas account that will only attract the attention of the IRS , all with minimal risk.
Does this sound too good to be true? Read on, it gets even better.
This method does not require any of the following: an attorney, an accountant, keeping records, years of study, mental gymnastics, spreadsheets or charts, a computer or web connection, a bank account, a physical address, or a Social Security number.
No way, you say? Sorry, but it's all true. Even if you never graduated from high school you can easily use this method, provided you have income.
Here's the best part: this proven method only takes about ten minutes per month.
This method is not snake oil and there is nothing even remotely shady involved. Even your grandmother approves of this time-tested method.
If you value your labor, time, income, security, privacy, and financial future you should be using this proven method to protect a goodly portion of your hard-earned capital, especially if you are still young and single.
If you are interested in receiving a detailed five-page report on this method, send me an email with ' SSP ' in the subject line. Include your first name and return e-mail address in the body. I will e-mail you a copy of the report.
You risk nothing, other than your financial future by not using strategic self-preservation.