Real Estate Seminar In CT: The Complete Path To Getting Richer Quicker

Real Estate Seminar In CT: The Complete Path To Getting Richer Quicker

Saturday, November 22
8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Crowne Plaza Hotel, Cromwell, CT

Full details available at http://www.ctreia.com/events.php?a=v&i=723

Al Aiello Shares What You Will Learn: http://www.ctreia.com/res/audio/teleconferences/111414-aiello.mp3

The Complete Path To Getting Richer Quicker By Avoiding Demons…Taxes, IRS, Lawsuits, Inept Advisors

Learn how and save thousands with Al Aiello’s Dynamic All-Day Saturday Presentation.

The much quicker way to the path of Wealth is to AVOID:
* Overpaying taxes
* IRS problems
* Incompetent advisors
* Lawsuits
* Other legal detriments!

Tax-Saving Secrets Your CPA Does Not Know
* Laugh & legally save thousands in taxes, every year
* Avoid Costly IRS audits
* Save accounting & legal fees
* Avoid bad expensive advice
* Create HUGE deductions with NO cash out, yet pocket tax-free cash
* Deduct any amount of property losses with no limits
* Avoid the BIG COSTS of being a dealer
* Sell properties tax-free – keep all of the equity
* Avoid entities that cause you to overpay taxes and get you audited by the IRS!
* Tax Saving Strategies you can use the entire year January to December! Save more!!

A Properly structured LLC should give you all of these money saving benefits
* Protect your personal assets
* Save you substantial amounts of taxes
* Defend you against IRS attacks
* Prevent legal disputes and save you legal fees and hassles
* Enable you to successfully operate your real estate business

But Most do NOT! The SOLUTION…Our upcoming meeting

The Real Hidden Powers of LLC’s
* How to Set up and Operate Your Real Estate LLC for Maximum Legal Protection, Tax Savings and IRS Audit Proofing – Save $1,000’s – WITHOUT Expensive Lawyers. With Al Aiello, number 1 speaker on Wealth Protection in the country.
* PLUS: Includes how you can resurrect your existing LLC’s with the right system and more.
* Don’t miss this golden opportunity to reap these benefits and save $1,000’s every year!
* Legally Deduct Real Estate Education, Travel And Other Expenses…Even If You Do NOT Have Income!

Real Estate Investors
* Do you have an LLC?
* Are you using it properly?
* Do you know how to use it properly?
* Can anyone pierce it and get to you?
* Are you willing to bet your family’s financial security on that?

Come learn how to use entities for maximum asset protection and tax savings now.I’ve arranged for national tax and entity expert, Al Aiello, to teach us.

Miss this at your own risk!

WARNING! Just about all attorneys, CPA’s and others, who form entities, use bare bones, boilerplate worthless documents. Consequently, your entity is set up and operated WRONG, because these poorly documented entities…

* Do NOT shield you against lawsuits
* Do NOT defend you against IRS
* Do NOT save you taxes
* Get the picture?

Sorry! I do not mean to upset you, but this is serious business – your money and your financial security and liability!!

Come learn how to do it all properly and legally for maximum tax savings and asset protection.

PS: Learn how to legally deduct all of your educational and start-up expenses without having yet made a dime or done a deal.

PPS: It’s a cold world out there and you want to make sure that you have the warm fuzzy of a properly structured entity for maximum wealth protection and restful sleep.

About CT REIA
The CT REIA is the largest real estate investors & apartment owners association in the Northeast. Our mission is to provide educational, networking, and business-to-business opportunities for entrepreneurs in the real estate investment community. CT REIA has been featured on CNN Financial News, The New York Times, Hartford Courant, Meriden Record Journal , Channel 30-WVIT and Channel 8 News-WTNH. We’re firmly committed to promoting a sound understanding of ethical real estate investing principles and to help further develop our members’ investing abilities.

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