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9 Reasons to Pay Your Taxes on Your Private Jet – Tom Alston

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If you are one of those American’s who feel like you should always pay the tax man as much as possible then definitely watch this video. You’ll find many stupid points to agree with. On the other hand, if you feel like it is your right to profit from your work and keep as much of your money as possible, then also watch this video and have a chuckle. Then call Tom Alston to chat about the smart way to make your next aircraft or vessel purchase. Call Tom at Aero and Marine Tax Professionals at (916) 691-9192. Visit them online at: https://www.aeromarinetaxpros.com/aero/

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