49% OF PERSONAL TAX FILERS BELIEVE THEY'RE PAYING TOO MUCH ON THEIR TAXES.
ARE YOU AMONG THEM?
How to (Legally) Cheat on Your Taxes is the Stacking Benjamins course that will help you figure out how to pay the least amount possible to the IRS.
It's your money. Why not keep as much of it as you can?
Are You Confused About Taxes?
We get it. There's a reason entire professions are dedicated to the United States tax code. It's as confusing as learning a new language. And because it's confusing, we make mistakes. And when we make mistakes, they're typically not in our favor.
But it doesn't have to be like that.
Learning about taxes is one of the best things you can do to make sure you're not overpaying.
Not just this year.
Next year, the year after, and every year for the rest of your life.
And the best part?
It's not hard to learn this stuff.
That's why we created How to (Legally) Cheat on Your Taxes, a four-part course that will make you much more proficient in terms of your personal taxes.
How to (Legally) Cheat on Your Taxes is Right for You if:
You want to learn new tax strategies.
Or, heck, if you want to learn what a tax strategy is!
You want to see why Joe thinks taxes are fun.
Joe Saul-Sehy, co-host of Kiplinger magazine's podcast of the year, Stacking Benjamins, actually thinks taxes are fun. It sounds crazy, but it's true. He explains why.
You're interested in figuring out how to pay as little on your taxes as possible.
Not just this year, but every year you're paying the IRS.
You've listened to the Stacking Benjamins podcast and actually want to learn something...
It's all well and good to listen to Joe and OG discuss the topics of the day, but they keep topics intentionally light. So if you want to dig deeper, this course is one way to do that.