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Inside You'll Learn:
How to change taxes from your biggest expense to your biggest asset
The top 4 assets to reduce your taxes & how to choose the best niche for you
The types of income the government prefers & lets you pay less tax on
How your children, parents & corporation can lower your tax rate
The 3 stages of cash flow growth that come from tax savings
About the Author:
Tom Wheelwright is author of the bestseller, Tax-Free Wealth. He is a world renowned speaker, CPA and CEO of ProVision, and has presented winning tax and wealth strategies to 100,000+ across the globe.
Tom speaks regularly to small business owners and entrepreneurs internationally as 1 of 8 Rich Dad Advisors for Robert Kiyosaki (author of the bestseller, Rich Dad Poor Dad). Tom holds a Masters of Professional Accounting degree and has created courses of study for Arizona State University as an adjunct professor for 14 years and led the professional training for thousands of CPAs at Ernst & Young’s National Tax Department in Washington, D.C.
Tom’s work has been featured in Forbes, Fox & Friends, Entrepreneur, Accounting Today, Investor’s Business Daily, NPR, ABC News Radio, The Huffington Post, Tax Notes, Phoenix Business Journal, KTAR, Money Talk Radio 510, The Real Estate Guys Radio Show and many more.
Past speaking events have included Never Work Again, Financial Prosperity, Gold versus the US Dollar, along with hundreds of professional organizations such as the Pharmacy Development Services Conference, Arizona Bar Association, Arizona Society of CPAs, National Real Estate Investment Club, and Women’s President Organization.
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