Are Your Trading Gains Enriching the IRS and NOT You?
More and more people are making serious money in the stock market – trading options or stocks directly, or in the FOREX or the Futures markets. Whether you’re an investor or a full time trader, there are legitimate ways to increase your profit!
If you’re not sure of the difference between an IRS recognized Trader and an Investor, we have some more information just for you. With this learning under your belt, you’ll be better off and able to make good decisions. Decisions that can save you $10,000 or more every year. Watch this introduction to the IRS rules and how you can use them to your benefit. This eHow explanation may also be helpful in your decision-making. Please be aware that rules change and you should contact a knowledgeable accountant for your specific circumstances.
Are You an Active Investor?
If you are an active investor who would like to get more tax breaks and keep more of your earnings at home, keep on reading and view the video. You probably already know that your trading activity doesn’t qualify for the IRS “definition” of a trader, and so you are not able to claim the tax benefits that the IRS extends to that elite group of people. And even if you are trading as your primary source of income, the IRS may still dis-allow expense deductions that can legitimately benefit your bottom line. We have developed solutions that allow you to reduce the amount you pay in taxes on your profits. All legal and accepted by the IRS.
If you want to learn how easy it is, watch this Investors Only video.
Are You an IRS Qualified Trader?
If you’re an IRS qualified trader, wouldn’t you like to know how to get even more tax breaks and show even more profit for your work? You’re working hard to stay focused and on top of the market. You shouldn’t have to wonder if there is a way to reduce the taxes you pay, but you do. We have developed solutions that allow you to reduce the amount you pay in taxes on your profits. We can show you how to implement tax free benefits to you and your family – scholarships, medical re-imbursement plans and more. All legal and accepted by the IRS.
If you want to learn how easy it is, watch this Traders Only video.