Would you like to retire a millionaire without spending a dime?
Obviously, you can’t if you continue to let politicians take your money in the form of taxes.
But I don’t make enough money to pay taxes.
– Yes, you do! You pay 15% of your income in PAYROLL TAXES every paycheck
– Under the USA Plan that 15% is put directly into your own USA Account (Universal Savings Account) that you own and it is invested immediately into a pool of common stocks that have a track record of yielding a 10% rate of return since the S&P 500 index began in 1871.
– For an average American yearly salary of $50,000, the yearly $7.500 withholding turned into weekly investment during a 40-year working life accumulates and compounds into $4,004,000 nest egg.
If you don’t believe this $4 million-dollar amount…
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