New Article: How To Turn Your Child Into a Millionaire

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There's a simple way to convert a small initial investment from a child's part-time work into millions, according to the Bradford Tax Institute.

Children who work part-time for their parents can become eligible for tax-saving IRAs. Over time, these accounts can generate thousands or even millions of dollars for them - money that can be used for college, retirement, or a first home.

The Bradford Tax Institute ( in Washington, DC, has just released a new article on this topic. "The Easy Way To Make Your Child a Millionaire Using Only His or Her Part-Time Wages" explains:

  • How even very young children can be hired into a family business, creating tax savings for the small business owner and earned income for the child
  • The 3 factors that must be considered when deciding which kind of IRA to choose
  • Strategies to avoid the costly "Kiddie Tax"
  • How the time value of money can turn even modest investments into millions of dollars
  • And more!

Click here ( to read the full article and get a free, no-obligation 7-day trial to all of the tax-saving tips offered by the Bradford Tax Institute. "This trial is absolutely free and there are no strings attached," says W. Murray Bradford, CPA, President of the Bradford Tax Institute. "That's a personal promise."

W. Murray Bradford, CPA, is the nation's pre-eminent tax reduction expert, with more than 30 years' experience helping tax advisors, one-owner businesses, and husband-and-wife businesses reduce their income taxes. He has helped over 500,000 one-owner businesses and self-employed professionals save an average of $17,700 in new tax deductions.

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