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What benefits can a US. business owner realize from the advance planning strategies (APS) program?

March 29, 2014

 

 

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You can operate on a pre-tax (non-taxed) basis, you can put away large sums of money for your retirement, you can greatly increase the protection of your assets and you can gain a substantial advantage over your competitors.

 

THE ADVANCED PLANNING STRATEGIES PROGRAM is most likely a program you haven’t yet heard about. In 1998 a major tax law change (TAX REFORM ACT OF 1997) was legislated to help owners of privately held US. businesses succeed by providing unprecedented benefits. Through August of 2006, Congress and the IRS have modified the law to fit the parameters of its original intent. It is now available to businesses which qualify and, for the ones that do, the benefits to business owners can be very significant.

 

What are the parameters to be an eligible business?

A: The parameters are quite simple. If you have been in business for at least 3 years, reasonably expect to maintain your business for the next 5 years 3 and have a minimum of $100,000 of net annual earnings (before taxes), you are most likely a viable candidate.

WHAT TYPE OF BUSINESS QUALIFIES FOR THE APS PROGRAM?

A: Any business structure can take advantage of this program.

It doesn’t  matter if your current business is a C-Corporation, S-Corporation, Partnership, LLC, LLP, Professional Corporation or even a Sole Proprietorship … any type of business can qualify.

 

What steps do I need to take to find out if I’m eligilbe for the APS program? It is a very simple process.

The first step is to complete a very brief, one page questionnaire. This information will give THE APS PROGRAM specialist enough data to determine if your business qualifies for the program and will enable him to formulate some custom-designed and viable strategies to present at the initial appointment. Step two is to arrange for a no cost, no obligation 45 minute webinar or appointment, where the expert will go over the information on your questionnaire and present some strategies and planning techniques to greatly benefit you and your business At this point, if you decide to proceed, the next step is to schedule a subsequent meeting with your advisors present. From there, with your blessing, the comprehensive planning process will begin.

Options trade opportunity

March 22, 2014

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HOW TO EARN 50% PER MONTH AND HAVE FULL CONTROL OF YOUR FUNDS!

 

All You Need To Do Is Open A Managed Broker Account And Let The Trade

Manager Do The Rest!

 

 Minimum start up is $10,000 to $15,000 USD and Maximum is $1,000,000 USD

 Investment Historical Income: a minimum investment of $15,000 USD will

generate on average $7,500 monthly and up to $90,000 per year. A maximum

investment of $1M will generate on average $500,000 monthly and up to $6M per

year.

 You can withdraw every month from your account!

 Although there is limit on how much you can start with ($1M) you can let your

account compound to earn more for as long as you wish!

 

Allow Us To Simply Prove To You And Allow You To Get Excited About How Our

Performance Is Working!

 

 You will need to setup an account with TD Ameritrade and the account will need to be setup for option trading.

 You will be guided through the process of getting set up and started.

 Once you are set-up, then all you do is relax and let your Trade Manager do all the

work.

 Trade Manager to explain returns and compounding option in more details once

account is setup and we are fully engaged.

 You will be shown how to get a daily trade confirmation showing the daily profits and statement details!

 

 

Is This A Safe Investment?

 

 CLIENT CONTROLS ACCOUNT and Trade Manager use sophisticated techniques to prevent losses. Eventually, Trade Manager will be trading on earnings only.

 All funds stay in your account and nobody has access to withdrawals except you!

 

Litigation funding

March 22, 2014
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medical tort cases   Each year in the United States there are over 16 million lawsuits filed. Many of these lawsuits are medically related. Time, patience and money are required to prove damages and secure an award. Moreover, generating and qualifying potential plaintiffs with legitimate claims requires a deliberate, rigorous process.  Our prestigious law firm specializes in marketing to, screening and qualifying plaintiffs who are eligible to make and secure a settlement.
  
The law firm focuses on individual tort medical liability cases where defendants have lost in court and settlement funds have been or are about to be placed in escrow in order to pay out claims as they arise. The law firm validates claims, they are handed off to select partner attorneys who file the cases and settle to collect the funds. The law firm does not fund lawsuits or lend money to plaintiffs or law firms.
By purchasing a plaintiff contract for $ 5K, $7,500 or $10K for a return of $10,000.00, $22,500.00 or $40,000.00 you can expand your financial portfolio while mitigating all of your financial risks with the exception of time.  A funder will enter into an agreement with the law firm to fund the identification and acquisition of a plaintiff and or multiple plaintiffs for the purpose of packaging those claims in a pharmaceutical or medical devise suit which has already been adjudicated, lost by the defendant companies and had settlement funds set aside for plaintiff/claimants as they come forward. A Power point presentation describing the program in detail as well as third party audited statements for the funding that have taken place is available to parties interested in the opportunity.

Learn how you can enhance your self directed IRA holdings by doubling,

March 2, 2014

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tripling or quadrupling your cash in a period of 12 months, 22 months or 30 months while participating as a funder whom will enter into an agreement with a US. based law firm to fund the identification and acquisition of a plaintiff and or multiple plaintiffs for the purpose of packaging those claims in a pharmaceutical or medical devise suit which has already been adjudicated, lost by the defendant companies and has settlement funds set aside for plaintiff/claimants as they come forward.

A Power point presentation describing the program in detail as well as third party audited statements for the funding that have taken place is available to parties interested in the opportunity .

Finally the holly grail for US. based company project funding

December 12, 2013

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We are interested in US. domestic projects of most any size.  We are project type “agnostic”.

 

We are interested in a project that is market disruptive & brought by a stellar project management team, we would appreciate an opportunity to evaluate it.

 

we have a few thousand investors & lenders now and each has their own parameters.  We can look at projects as low as a few hundred thousand dollars – and smaller if factoring is involved.  Our largest project was $4.8 Billion, so, “the sky’s the beginning” on size.
 

We have found that many projects, especially developments, do not have the “skin in the game” to qualify for a straight debt piece in today’s economy, and, we have found that most often we have to also bring in a sizable equity piece to match the debt piece.  Since we have a mixture of both Private Equity (PE) investors and debt sources in almost each industry class, we can manage to match up the two pieces and create a total funding solution.

 

Projects that require factoring are usually fast – often just a few days.  Projects that qualify for a debt only piece take 60 to 90 days generally, and projects that require an equity piece (with or without a debt piece) require much longer as there are a plethora of securities laws, rules, and regulations with which compliance is necessary.

 

“No upfront fee” sources do carry a “catch 22” of course.  They are generally more opportunistic and seeking very “sexy” projects with a lot of “free equity” and/or a market disruptive nature. 

 

Basically, someone has to cover the significant costs of due diligence & underwriting.  If it is going to be the funding source itself, they have to be motivated to spend their own dollars to perform these important and necessary steps.

 

Of course, when real estate is involved, third party costs may still be necessary, such as “as completed appraisals”, surveys, title searches, etc., however those cost should be expected.

 

If a project is insufficiently impressive as per the above, there are other solutions that do require fees, of course.

 

Keep in mind that we are by no means limited to real estate based projects.  Many of our clients are in various capital intensive industries which have nothing to do with real estate.  Technology, biotech, inventions, media (there are fees associated with any and all entertainment projects – those are the absolutely most difficult to fund of ALL industry types and costs are unavoidable), new drugs, internet based businesses, etc., minerals & mining, Oil & Gas projects, etc. 

 

These project types are almost always funded via pure equity, and, we have investors in just about every industry category interested in world-class projects.

 

The biographical information on the project principals is of the utmost importance.  A company with clear goals and a stellar management team with industry experience is paramount for a project to attract “no upfront fee” funding solutions.  The“personality” of the management team is also of significance.

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