Find out if you could deduct 100% of your healthcare costs!
I invited Dan Pavek into my office to share how easy it is for self-employed people to write off 100% of their healthcare costs using an IRS approved strategy. Check out the video to see how easy it is...
In 1955, a new tax law was passed that allows certain types of small businesses and self-employed people to effectively get a "cash-back rebate" on their medical expenses!
"I've personally saved well over $25,000 on my taxes over the last "few years..."
...And I want to show you how you can save too...
So I invited Dan to my office to explain how tens-of-thousands of other self-employed people are saving an average of almost $6,000 every year on their healthcare expenses.
When this law went into effect over 60 years ago, it was quickly adopted by farmers in the midwest... but self-employed people across the country were largely unaware of the strategy...
But now, since healthcare costs are increasing every single day... The savings are getting bigger and bigger for those people who put this strategy into play.
Now, I don't want to waste your time... The truth is, not every business will qualify... but there is a good chance that yours will...
I've put together a one-minute assessment that will quickly tell us if this is a good fit for you. After we get the results, you will be redirected to a page which will show you what to do to get started...
Answer these 7 questions to find out if you could qualify for a "Healthcare Refund"!
How long have you been self-employed?
Under a year
What type of entity do you have for your business?
Single Member LLC
Partnership / Multi-member LLC
I am not sure
Do you make less than $150,000/year in income/salary from your business?
Yes, I make less than $150,000
No, I make more than $150,000
Is your business profitable?
Do you have employees?
Are you married?
Depending on your business structure, sometimes having your spouse work as an employee is required, other times it isn't. Does your spouse currently help with the business?
Yes, they are paid employee
Yes, but they are unpaid
No, they are not involved
If your spouse could help, even minimally, it could help qualify you. (Tasks could include simple things such as: filing, answering phone calls, responding to email, bookkeeping, etc) Would this be a possibility for you?
Do you consider yourself the primary decision maker for your business?