You purchased the IQD in hopes of it revaluing and you becoming wealthy. It is more than having money to be wealthy. The wealthy do not pay taxes they don’t have to pay and if there is a way of legally reducing that burden, they are going to take it. Isn’t it time you started thinking like the wealthy?
Today, the holders of these and other under-valued currencies are eagerly awaiting the announcement of revaluations which would make them immensely wealthy. That is a wonderful anticipation to have, but is that the end of the story? Not if you are a resident of the United States of America. In the USA we have something called the Internal Revenue Code (“IRC”), which provides for taxes on various types of activities that generate something called ‘income”, not to mention on other activities and events such as duties on the importation of or bringing property into the country, tariffs, passing estates, tobacco and alcohol sales and manufacture and many others.
Benefits of the Federal Irrevocable Complex Trust
- Avoid probate and estate taxes
- Avoid capital gains taxes
- Tax reduction on income
- Defer estate tax liability
- Avoid lawsuit & judgment losses
- Create a legacy for future generations
- Insure privacy in business and real estate transaction
- Enhance asset and income
- Preserve and protect assets
- Own nothing and control everything
- Insure personal Privacy
- Protect retirement savings
- Isolate assets from litigation and liens
- Provide a vehicle for the custody of children’s funds
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You can almost hear the pitchman barking: “Hurry, hurry, hurry! It’s the legal and tax deal of the century! Pay no taxes! Protect your assets from lawsuits! Escape creditors! Gain complete financial privacy!” And all for the bargain price of $225…or $600…or $4,500.
A quick search on the Net turns up hundreds of pages of information from sites offering to sell you the know-how to set up your own “pure trust” without the need for an attorney (who would, of course, tell you it’s a scam).
Also known as the “common law trust,” the “constitutional trust” and by a dozen other names, the pure trust is so outrageous that it would be humorous if the results weren’t so disastrous:
- You could spend hundreds or thousands of dollars setting up a pure trust (or several) that has no legal or financial value.
- If the Internal Revenue Service catches on while you’re alive, you’ll have to pay all of the back taxes, interest and penalties on income you didn’t declare because you thought it belonged to the trust.
- If you die before the IRS or creditors challenge your trust, your heirs will receive the unpleasant and unexpected news that, yes, all the taxes, interest and penalties you avoided during life will be taken out of your estate before they get a penny.
- All the assets in your pure trust were really owned by you anyway, so they have to go through probate, creditors get a shot at them and they are subject to estate taxes.
This is general trust information that has been gathered from various legal sources and is not intended to be offered as a document created by
Here we examine the differences of revocable trusts vs irrevocable trusts. If you reposition (transfer) your assets through the use of an IRREVOCABLE TRUST, you will no longer own them. If you don’t own assets, no one will want to sue you; no one will want to track your spending habits; no one will call you to interrupt your dinner. You don’t have to go offshore. US Laws, US courts will defend and support your asset protection system. These laws have been defined by numerous court cases, over and over, right up to the Supreme Court. You must however, give-up control over your assets to a true independent trustee.
Legitimate repositioning (transfer) of assets from you to an irrevocable trust is perfectly legal. The fact is, if your assets are owned by a subchapter S. Corporation or a Limited Liability Company and in turn the shares of the Sub S or membership units of the LLC are owned by an irrevocable trust, it’s the fortress of US Asset Protection. The ultimate asset protection device is the use of an offshore asset protection trust.
|The following financial grid explains the major differences between revocable vs. irrevocable trusts: FEATURES/BENEFITS
||REVOCABLE TRUST (REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST)
||ABSOLUTELY NO Asset Protection. NONE. The Grantor, The Trustee, and the Beneficiary are generally the same person. The Grantor did not give-up control of the asset(s).
||YES. The Grantor no longer owns the assets. Assets have been transferred to the INDEPENDENT Trustee who has a fiduciary duty to manage the assets for the benefit of all beneficiaries, which may include the Grantor.
|Eliminate Estate Taxes
||YES. Assets are not subject to the Estate Tax. The deceased did not “own” the assets or have assets in his possession at the time of his death.
|Form 1040 income tax benefits
||YES. You have done nothing. You still “own” the assets. All Income and Expenses flow-through to the Grantor’s form 1040.
||YES. If this is a Grantor-Type Trust, for income tax purposes, all income and expenses can flow through to the Grantor’s form 1040.
||The Revocable Trust is designed to eliminate probate. DOES NOT eliminate estate taxes; ABSOLUTELY NO asset protection. The Revocable Trust is nothing more than an extension of your will.
||For asset protection purposes the trust is irrevocable. Under certain conditions, the trust can be designed to be a pass-through trust