Graycliff Financial Corporation: How to Keep Your Bank Account Safe from Garnishment and Reduce Income Taxes


You know that the rich don't pay income tax. But did you know that you too can legally pay no income tax? Imagine having all that extra money for yourself and your family! Think of what your life would be like if you were exempt from income tax. People earning $50,000 a year pay from about $12,000 to $16,000 income tax, and those earning $100,000 a year pay from about $28,000 to $38,000 income tax. Whether you are paying $12,000 or $38,000, you would be a lot better off if you had that money for yourself. But instead, you give it to the government to squander on bailing out the rich. And most of this squandering of money you never hear about because the government is usually successful at keeping it secret. Isn't it time you did something about all this wasting of your money? We can show you how, the Graycliff Way. To legally not owe or pay any income tax, you should have your affairs so arranged that you will legally owe no income tax on all future income. We can show you how to do this in all of the following cases:

    1. Employees––Salary Protection
    2. Self-employed Business Owners
    3. Retained Earnings: How to Get the Retained Earnings out of your Corporation Tax-free
    4. Non-resident Licensors of Intellectual Property: How to Eliminate Withholding Tax and Income-Tax Liability
    5. Protection in the U.S.A.

Visit the pages that deal with your types of income, and you will be richly rewarded with never-before-heard-of tax savings.

Judgments and Garnishees

In addition to minimizing income taxes, we also offer relief for judgment debtors whose salary is being garnisheed by income tax authorities or other creditors. If you or any one you know needs help with this, please click our link "Stop Garnishees". An unintended side-effect of our method is that, in addition to eliminating income-tax liability, it also protects your salary and business earnings from garnishment by income tax authorities and other creditors.

How Much Does It Cost?

How much does Graycliff charge for saving you money? 7% of your taxable income. In other words, $3,500 on earnings of $50,000 (instead of $12,000 to $16,000 income tax), or $7,000 on earnings of $100,000 (instead of $28,000 to $38,000 income tax).