Earn Multiple Streams of Residual Income Each Year!



Unique Renewable Energy Home Business Opportunity-Multiple Streams of Residual Income:



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7 Figure Legacy Revenue Sharing - long-term monthly residual income.

Commissions on Solar Unit Deposits - periodic residual income until December, 2016. (see lower simulator for projections).  These commissions come in 2 streams: 5% to 10% on personally sponsored members and 1% on tier 2 through tier 6 members. 

Commissions on Solar Unit Revenue Checks - periodic residual income for 30-25 years (see lower simulator for projections).  These commissions come in 2 streams: 5% on personally sponsored members and 1% on tier 2 through tier 6 members.

$150 Annual Income Payments - residuals for 30+ years on each solar unit you purchase.

Deferred Tax Benefits - deferred $900 tax credits per solar unit and deferred $2,550 depreciation tax deductions per solar unit - these deferred (unused) tax benefits can be rolled back up to 5 years in the past or used up to 20 years in the future.

Current Year Tax Benefits - most can eliminate their current year highest tax brackets; many can eliminate 100% of current year tax liability - currently available for 6 years: 2011 through 2016.  These benefits have been significantly enhanced by new federal tax code changes enacted into law on December 17, 2010.
 




Alternate Energy System Purchases: Earn Residual Income in Addition to Dramatic Tax Savings



The following transactions can be completed each year from 2011 until 2016. That's when the IRS 30% tax credit for solar property is due to expire. And after purchasing your first alternate energy system when you first enroll in the program, you can purchase from 0 up to 28 or more additional systems each year, from 2010 to 2016. For any numbers greater than 1, multiply all projections below by that multiple for each year. We recommend that you consult with your CPA or tax attorney to determine the optimal number of alternate energy systems to purchase each year to optimize your federal tax savings. We've provided you a guideline for determining how many systems you could consider purchasing each year in FAQ #5. To summarize, these guidelines say to divide your estimated annual federal tax liability by about $1,250 to $1,500 for a possible range to consider for the number of solar units to purchase each year. 





IF YOUR HIGHEST TAX RATE IS 25% and you're looking to eliminate the portion of your taxes at 25%:


Note: these examples have been updated to reflect the impact of the sweeping tax law changes at the end of 2010.

• YOU deposit $1,050 for each alternate energy system you purchase during 2011 (Alternately, $100 monthly payments are available with $1,200 per unit deposit).

• IRS pays you back $1,538 per unit about 30 days after you file your 2011 federal tax return! 


• You should be paid $150 residual income per unit each year for 30+ years. Based on your distributor contract with RaPower3, your $65 per year installment payments per unit can not commence until you have received 5 years of income payments, representing about $750 or 5 years of pure profits to you! 

• Once you begin to remit the $65 annual installments about 5 years from now, you should continue to earn about $85 in net profits each year for the following 25-30 years. This net profit estimate represents the annual income of $150 less the $65 annual installment payment. The annual $65 installment payments represent the interest-free 30-year payoff of the remaining $1,950 due on each $3,000 solar energy unit (or $60 installments to payoff remaining $1,800 due if monthly payment option was selected to pay the deposit). 





Since the IRS pays you back more than you deposited, the government is essentially PAYING YOU to purchase renewable energy property! And you should still have decades of annual net profits to follow after 2016! 




IF YOUR HIGHEST TAX RATE IS 15% and you're looking to eliminate the portion of your taxes at 15%:



• YOU deposit $1,050 for each alternate energy system you purchase during 2011 (Alternately, $100 monthly payments are available with $1,200 per unit deposit).

• IRS pays you back $1,283 per unit about 30 days after you file your 2011 federal tax return! 


• You should be paid $150 residual income per unit each year for 30+ years. Based on your distributor contract with RaPower3, your $65 per year installment payments per unit can not commence until you have received 5 years of income payments, representing about $750 or 5 years of pure profits to you! 

• Once you begin to remit the $65 installments about 5 years from now, you should continue to earn about $85 in net profits each year for the following 30 years. This net profit estimate represents the annual income of $150 less the $65 annual installment payment. The annual $65 installment payments represent the interest-free 30-year payoff of the remaining $1,950 due on each $3,000 solar energy unit (or $60 installments to payoff remaining $1,800 due if monthly finance option was selected to pay the deposit). 

Note: If you'd prefer not to wait until April, 2012 to realize your tax savings, one very popular option is to increase your federal exemptions with your employer (or adjust your quarterly estimated tax payments if you're self-employed or a business owner).  Your adjustments could generate additional income to partially or fully offset your 12 monthly payments of $100 per solar unit.  





Since the IRS pays you back more than you deposited, the government is essentially PAYING YOU to purchase renewable energy property! And you should still have decades of annual net profits to follow after 2016! 







IMPORTANT NOTE: Residual income payments to all owners are expected to commence in 2011. Significant progress is being made on a number of solar power facilities located in the desert southwest, and 24/7 power generation is now available through the patented biomass and solar heat exchangers and solar heat concentrator developed by International Automated Systems. 







IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER - PLEASE READ: *Income estimates assume solar power facilities are generating revenue to all owners (projected start date: first half of 2011). The estimates also assume that owners are able to receive the maximum tax savings available to them each year. Owners who purchase too many units in a year to take advantage of their full tax benefits in that year must defer a portion of their tax benefits to a future year, and this would lower their annual rate of return somewhat. Unused portions of both the 30% tax credits and the depreciation deductions can be applied to offset tax liability 1 year back or extended up to 20 years in the future. The IRS Active/Residual Rule must be met to take the depreciation deductions in any particular year, although many individuals meet this definition without the requirement to work a minimum number of hours in their business, and others are able to meet the requirement working an average of only 2 hours per week in their business. All estimates and assumptions are based on current RaPower3, LLC distributor agreement, as it existed on 10/1/10. SunPowerAssociates.com is an independent contractor of RaPower3, LLC. These estimates also assume that the 30% federal tax credit, which is scheduled to expire in 2016, will not be extended. If the government extends the tax credit, the tax benefits would be enhanced and extended for a longer time period. These estimates also assume no other changes in tax legislation between now and the end of 2016. SunPowerAssociates.com is not licensed to offer any tax or financial advice, and as such, all clients should seek the professional advice of a CPA or tax attorney prior to purchasing alternate energy systems. 











April 13, 2010

Filed Under: CONVERT TAXES into INCOME