How to Pay ZERO Tax…

Monday, 17 May, 2021 is “Tax Day” in the USA…

That time of year when you spend hours filling out forms for the IRS, trying to claw back as much of your money from them as legally possible via a “tax refund”.

And if you’re especially unlucky, you might discover you OWE the IRS even more money!

Now, to add insult to injury, Prez. Biden has announced he wants to raise taxes (with capital gains tax potentially doubling!).

But as savvy politicians and marketers know, you should never let a good crisis go to waste…

The impeding tax day deadline and the spectre of even higher taxes means the timing is probably perfect time for tax “loophole” sales letters, just like today’s swipe.

Below is Agora Financial’s IRS HATES HIM promo for their Lifetime Income Report newsletter.

It was successfully doing the rounds when it was discovered the IRS was prejudiced against conservatives and targeting them for audits. Though to be fair to the IRS, it’s conservatives (and probably high-paid financial copywriters) who are more likely to try this shit! Hence the sales letter starting off by speaking directly to that…

Conservatives Love Hime…

IRS HATES HIM

For Showing More Than 20,000 Americans How To Generate Tax-Free Income that Run in the $1,000s.

The rich ex-talk host I want you to meet is not a terrorist.

He collects wine – and Porches – not weapons. And when he was still on CNBC and CNN with his weekly show, he talked mostly about how to make more money in the markets.

So why might he end up as the next “tax enemy #1” for IRS bullies?

Because right now, this man is ready to show millions of Americans a perfectly legal way to get paid piles of income every month – 100% tax-free. As in, “the IRS can’t touch a nickel.”

And it’s not just a little bit of income, either.

So far, we’re talking about as many as three tax-free checks a month… for a total of 36 tax-free checks per year… and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

Anybody could do this, he says.

And he should know, because he’s not only a retired financial TV show host. He also used to run a $1 billion fixed income fund himself, for rich investors.

And get this – he got riche enough himself to retire at the ripe young age of 36.

So what’s he been doing with his free time?

It turns out… he’s showing Americans how to get the ultimate “revenge” on the taxman… by legally collecting up to 36 tax-free income checks per year… backed by the U.S. government itself.

And of course, all without breaking a single law.

We wanted to find out how this works, so we sat down with Neil to find out.

We met at a small French restaurant near my office.

And what Neil told me nearly knocked me out of my seat.

Before I explain what he said, however…

I should explain to you why Neil’s name sounds so familliar.

See, Neil used to host a financial TV show every week – first on the Financial News Network and later on CNBC. He also used to do weekly reports on NBC, CBS and CNN.

He was also the Chief Editor of a newsletter called Personal Finance, back when they had over 100,000 subscribers. And for eight years, Neil has his own syndicated financial radio show.

As you can see, it’s no accident that people listen when Neil talks about money.

And it doesn’t stop there. Straight out of college, he was recruited by Merrill Lynch… first to work in their Vienna office… then London… and then New York.

He’s been a finance professor… a bond trader… and a fund manager, including a stint as the head of a $1 billion fund that specialized in fixed income.

He’s worked on six continents… (because “Antartica has nothing to trade” he told me)… and once, he even saved the Central Bank of New Zealand. That’s a story all by itself.

What I’m saying is, I’ve never met anybody who knows this much about money.

That’s why I was so eager to hear his tax-free income secret. Given the IRS scandal that’s going on right now in Washington, I’m sure you’re going to want to hear this too.

Here’s how Neil began, during our private meeting…

Click here to download the full sales letter.

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