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|Subject: Re: Tax strategies for high W2 earners?||Date: 3/1/2013 7:25 PM|
|Author: irasmilo||Number: 117927 of 120448|
ptheland: "Wait. Never mind. I'm starting up this great deal. I'll use the money you invest with me to purchase CDOs tied to the VIX to do a LBO of a growing M&A practice. We'll take the EBITDA from the M&A and send that to an offshore SPE in the Caymans to save on taxes. Bottom line - you'll show a 100% ROI on a monthly basis, plus you'll get real, usable tax writeoffs for any money invested.
--Peter <== who has never had anyone take him up on the offer of creating bad debt writeoffs, so is trying a new marketing technique."
JAFO31: I like the new marketing technique, and I too have never had anyone accept my offer to have an LLC I control borrow that targeted deduction amount on an unsecured basis. (;>) But I try to remain hopeful.
And I keep waiting for someone who says they want to invest in an IRA to invest in me. <g>
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