5 Ways to Own a Boat

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Why have over 700 people joined our program? 

Did you know, there are essentially 5 ways to own a boat… Here they are.
 5 ways to own a boat

Contact us or join a webinar to learn more… We make boat ownership a positive experience…
If you’ve followed our discussions… Haven’t you wondered why this program seems to be so popular and why it’s referred to as a program for private boats — not charter boats? Our Business Yacht Ownership® Program is the least expensive way to own a boat and have us do the work while you have the fun. You’ll have a boat maintained like a private boat, with the flexibility to use it when you want, have it equipped the way you want and take it out of the program when you want — with equity from tax advantages and four possible income sources. Over 700 others have already successfully completed this program.  It is fully supported by independent tax professionals and financial planners.
Now available, a Fully Crewed Charter Management program for larger boats, and our new CFP highlighted below. See the blog on Crewed Yacht Charter management plan, with an example for a Jeanneau 64′ web site.
Don’t wait another minute, and don’t pay too much in taxes yet again! Sign up for a live or recorded webinar now.

Eric Smith

Senior Sales Consultant, Partner
410-703-5655
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