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Tax Free Wealth – How New Investors Can Achieve It

by Chethan G

You have probably heard of tax-free wealth-building programs, but have you actually read about them? It seems like these programs are the hot topic among those in the business of investing. It is time that you really looked at these programs, as they can provide you with the tools you need to build wealth in a tax-free manner.

The first major tax break for the wealthy was the Internal Revenue Code itself. The Internal Revenue Code has changed quite a bit over the last 75 years, but basically it allows anyone to invest their money in any stock market, mutual fund, real estate or other asset. As long as you keep it in the same asset, then you are not taxed on it. In other words, all your income, dividends and interest are tax free. You don’t even have to pay taxes if you just keep your investment in a tax deferred account.

One type of tax-deferred account is a “real estate investment trust”. This is a special type of trust that allows you to invest in all types of real estate and other properties. All you have to do is use this as your retirement planning tool, because it gives you an infinite return potential. Of course, this only works if you are able to properly manage the money in your trust.

The second tax break that is available is that of an IRA. Basically you roll over any money you have been paying into your 401k into an IRA. This allows you to invest the money that you were paying in to a traditional IRA and use the regular tax deferral rules that apply. This also allows you to access tax deferred money without paying taxes on it as long as you continue to invest it in an IRA. While this might seem to be a nice benefit, there are a few things you should be aware of before you begin investing.

First of all, you should realize that an IRA is a complicated entity. It is best to take the help of a professional before making a decision on whether or not to open a Roth IRA. You also need to realize that there are various restrictions that apply to an IRA, and that you will have to be prepared to meet these restrictions if you want to keep your tax-deferred status.

Next, as with the IRA, there are different types of accounts that you can open with a Roth. There are both traditional and Roth IRAs, but both require different investments. If you are going to open a traditional IRA, you will be required to include certain things in your account such as stocks, bonds, mutual funds and certificates of deposits.

A Roth IRA requires you to choose between having a tax-deferred status and being completely tax free. The most common types of investments in a Roth IRA are stock, bonds, certificates of deposits and a little bit of cash. If you are looking to be totally tax free, then you will likely be choosing a Roth with a no-tax status, which allows you to invest in virtually any financial instrument. You will also be able to take advantage of the ability to carry forward your contributions to your account, until you reach the age of retirement. At that point you will need to deposit the money into a traditional IRA, but you can still take advantage of the tax deferred status.

With these two tax breaks, new investors are able to accumulate a wealth of wealth that is tax free. So, while tax free may seem like a great concept at first, you must be careful with your money and know what you are investing for and how to protect it.


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