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Missed Fortune – Raise Revenues, Not Taxes

Posted on | December 5, 2010

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Is the Government Doing Too Much?

A new Rasmussen Reports national survey found that 51 percent of responders are worried the government will do too much to respond to our economic problems. Thirty-nine percent think the government will do too little.

We don’t have a revenue problem in this country. We have a spending problem.

We’ve added $5 trillion to our National Debt since 2007, when Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi vowed there’d be no new deficit spending.

On Nov. 29, Sen. Mark Kirk (R-IL) said that many in Washington want to continue the spend/borrow policy of the past.

By taxing more to fuel spending, we threaten a double-dip recession that would push millions of Americans out of work.

Americans already pay some of the highest corporate taxes in the world. We cannot attract new jobs if employers are moving abroad to avoid higher taxes.

Letting the Bush tax cuts of 2001 and 2003 expire will mean higher taxes for everyone.

President Obama finally sees the eminent danger of too much spending and announced a pay freeze for federal employees.

Thomas Jefferson wrote, “I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them.”

We need to live up to our key American principles of self-reliance, property rights and strength of character.

Gone are the days of waiting for the gold watch and the pension. Gone are the days where the wealthy could afford a static, fixed approach to accumulating wealth.

We need to save ourselves, because big government can’t.

Protect Your Future

I can help you take charge of your finances and arrive at what I call the land of peace and abundance.

Most Americans lost 30 to 40 percent in the value of their IRAs and 401(k)s in 2008.

Those who followed Missed Fortune strategies didn’t lose a dime in 2008. Most have doubled their retirement funds in the last decade and are up 50 percent from just four years ago.

I can teach you how to have 50 percent more in net spendable retirement income.

I can show you the 31 FLAVORS, or Fortunes Lost Amid Valid Optimization and Reallocation Strategies.

Isn’t it time you moved your money into safe, predictable investments and avoided being in a higher tax bracket during your golden years?

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