You Can “Win” the Masters with This $25,000 PGA Tax Loophole

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Starting today, the world is descending on Augusta National Golf Course for the start of the hallowed Masters Tournament this weekend.

And while the top golfers in the world will be playing to win the sport’s top prize, you can add extra income to your life thanks to a little loophole Augusta National carved out…

The biggest names in golf will vie for the $11 million purse, including Tiger Woods, Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler, and Rory McIlroy, among the rest of golf’s elite.

You’ve undoubtedly eyed the gargantuan payouts the top golfers will bank.

After all, imagine what you could do with the $1.9 million winning prize. Or even the $386,375 the fifth-place finisher will rake in.

But there’s a simple way you can “win” too, all thanks to Augusta National. And you won’t need to dedicate your life to becoming an elite golfer, either.

In fact, some people have made up to $25,000, tax-free, in as little as 14 days…

How Augusta National Created This “PGA Loophole”

In the 1970s, the owners of Augusta National, home of the famous Master’s Golf Tournament, lobbied their rich friends in Congress to allow them a two-week window to make a tax-free windfall.

And guess what? They got their wish… imagine that!

Their elected officials declared what amounts to a two-week tax holiday every year.

Anyone who pays a mortgage or rent or even owns their home outright can take advantage of this little-known loophole, any time they want…

And there’s no telling how much money you can make, up to $25,000, tax free, in as little as 14 days.

The amazing thing is that it takes ZERO investment and almost no effort for you to pocket this tax-free cash!

You’ll learn all about it on page 105 of “Crazy Big Income.”

And it can be yours FREE.

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