• The Win-Win Wealth Strategy (1st Edition)

  • 7 Investments the Government Will Pay You to Make
  • By: Tom Wheelwright
  • Narrated by: Will Tulin
  • Length: 5 hrs and 12 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (53 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

In The Win-Win Wealth Strategy: 7 Investments the Government Will Pay You to Make, celebrated entrepreneur, investor, and bestselling author Tom Wheelwright, CPA, transforms the way you think about building wealth and challenges the paradigm that tax incentives are immoral loopholes. Backed by deep research in fifteen countries, he identifies seven investing strategies that are A-OK with governments worldwide and will fatten your wallet while making the world a better place.

You'll learn:

- How to tax-effectively invest in business, technology, energy, real estate, insurance, agriculture, and retirement accounts

- How to use tax incentives to help pay for your next car, house, or tuition bill

- Why "the rich" are not "a drain on society" and, more importantly, how to become one of them

An indispensable and startlingly insightful exploration of straightforward investing strategies, The Win-Win Wealth Strategy improves your confidence in tax-effective investing, so you make better decisions with your money and supercharge your family's generational wealth while creating jobs, developing technology and improving access to food, energy, and housing.

©2022 WealthAbility LLC (P)2022 Ascent Audio

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Should of been the first book

Good information like always.
Should of been an hour tops.
Way too much filler and information about other countries

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Amazing book with practical advice

I will add this to my print collection for later reference! Fantastic book…great advice

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Wow! Very eye opening!

Wish I had learned about all this 30 years ago. I have spent all my career in the S quadrant and the rat race. I thought I would never be able to retire, but now I see a light at the end of the tunnel! Thank you!

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Was not an investment book

I am a fan of Tom Wheeleight and enjoyed his other book and podcasts. This book did not provide much investment value. There were too many statistics about other countries, I would have preferred it focus on the USA.

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Snooze fest - skim the paper copy instead

I thought this book would be more of a discussion or narrative around strategy and areas to target based on general benefits as well as an explanation of why those incentives exist. More of a well crafted argument perhaps. Instead, those moments are brief and buried within the same repeating (and dull) architecture of each chapter that's just a long list of countries and what kinds of tax exemptions they allow. Do I care about taxes in France or Japan? No. Did this book provide any revelatory information? Also no. Spend your money on a decent CPA instead.

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Book Amazing, Audiobook NOT so kuch

unfortunately this book has so many charts in it and they are all read off in the audio book that it ruins the book. I tried to make it work, but just couldn't. Ordering paperback and hopefully it is much easier to understand.

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This would be better to actually read

This book would be about half as long if the narrator didn’t take the time to go through each strategy and a dozen different countries take on that strategy. it Would’ve been better to just have an appendix at the end where people could look at each strategy and see how it applies to their country. Also unless you’re able to visualize a lot of numbers in your head at once, you’ll have a hard time understanding the benefits of each strategy.

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Probably a better read than audiobook

Every chapter takes about 3x as long as it should to get through because they read a list of a bunch of country’s tax laws. It’s excruciating to try and listen to a 5 minute long list of tax deduction amounts multiple times a chapter for 20 different countries when all you care about is one. I understand this book applies globally but I really think the author should have made separate audios for each country so this book didn’t take so long to listen to with unnecessary content.

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Overall good, but difficult as an audiobook

The book relies heavily on a table listing specific rules for a list of countries. This appears frequently throughout the book and therefore breaks up the flow of the book as it is read out. I found it rather annoying and difficult to follow as an audiobook.

That said, it is required info and the book wouldn’t be what it is without those tables. I’ll likely buy the physical book as that is probably the best format for consuming this.

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Excited to buy. Disappointed to read.

I love Tom Wheelright's "Tax free Wealth" and have gifted it to over a dozen friends, family and business partners.
Unfortunately, this book is an outright disappointment. Looks like things that can be said in a few seconds have been stretched to fill almost a full chapter.