How YOU can save on taxes, Plus: Puerto Rico update

Sovereign Confidential

Monthly Letter

Greetings from the United States, where we just wrapped up a really great event for Sovereign Man’s Total Access members, and where I also had the pleasure of attending the annual Atlas meeting the weekend before.

A theme that kept coming up during both events was taxes.

For example, business owners were discussing President Trump’s Plan to Have a Plan, as I call it, and whether the administration will make any inroads in the tax code. People also were buzzing about Puerto Rico’s incentives program and whether it might be affected by the territory’s recent call to bankruptcy.

The short answers, respectively, are maybe and not likely. (We’ll go into more detail on both in this month’s letter.)

But the bigger answer is: There are solutions you can take advantage of, right now, to legally and legitimately lower your taxes. And they should still hold water, even if tax reform actually happens.

These are not interpretations of the law; they are solutions embedded in black-and-white in the tax code. And in this month’s letter, we outline possible scenarios for different types of people.

So whether you’ve have a 9-5, are self-employed, own your own business, or are an investor/HNWI, take a look at this month’s letter. You might find something to research.

Lowering your taxes is the single most powerful thing you can do to put more money into your pocket or business. Read this month’s missive to see how you can start increasing your ROI… and your freedom.

Greetings from the United States, where we just wrapped up a really great event for Sovereign Man’s Total Access members, and where I also had the pleasure of attending the annual Atlas meeting the weekend before. A theme that kept coming up during both events was taxes. For example, business owners were discussing President Trump’s…

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