Wall Street Secrets for Tax-Efficient Investing: From Tax Pain to Investment Gain

There is an old adage that states there are two things in life that are certain, “death and taxes.” While both are unavoidable, Robert Gordon and Jan Rosen’s publication Wall Street Secrets for Tax-Efficient Investing: From Tax Pain to Investment Gain may be a helpful resource when dealing with the latter. 

If you are savvy enough to reap the rewards of wise investment decisions, then shouldn’t you be able to enjoy those rewards without forfeiting a substantial portion to Uncle Sam? The combined experience of both Gordon, (a member of the Business Department at New York University and owner of Twenty-First Securities Corporation), and Rosen (a published tax journalist), is the prime ingredient to this recipe for minimizing taxes on financial gains. 

Wall Street Secrets for Tax-Efficient Investing: From Tax Pain to Investment Gain is a book that offers even the most inexperienced investors the tools they will need to safeguard their earnings by using current Internal Revenue Codes to their advantage. So, even though you may be certain about “taxes,” why not learn how to make tax pain investment gain.

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