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High taxes are an unavoidable fact of life-but that doesn't mean you should have to pay them. There's a difference between tax evasion and tax avoidance. The first is a crime, and the second is a perfectly legal set of financial strategies that could save you hundreds of thousands of dollars. When you're planning your retirement, investing in the right vehicles is critical. InOVERTAXED: Six Powerful Tax-Free Investment Strategies and How to Use Them to Lower Taxes, Ali Hashemian provides a salient roadmap to six of the strongest tax-free investment strategies offered in the United States. These vehicles are no secret: they are tax-advantaged opportunities written right into the IRS codes, and using them will enable you to pay significantly lower taxes. But in order to take advantage of these investment strategies and vehicles, you have to know about them. From Roth IRA investing to a Health Saving Account to cash-value life insurance, Hashemian navigates the murky waters of financial planning with acumen and aplomb. He breaks down complicated financial concepts in language that is easy to understand, presenting time-tested methods for protecting your hard-earned money. He explains why your living expenses in retirement may not be as low as you expect them to be, and how your taxes may even be higher in retirement than they are now ... unless you learn what you need to know about tax-free retirement investing. Hashemian's first book is a gift to both novice and sophisticated investors. Even if you think you know all you need to know about tax-free investment strategies, you're likely to learn something new from this indispensable investment guide, which shows you exactly how to accumulate tax-free wealth and avoid being OVERTAXED.
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