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There is a way to earn a guaranteed return on your investment which if consistently repeated over time would greatly improve your wealth position. The answer is investing in tax lien certificates. Tax lien certificates are a way for local government to collect the unpaid revenue from back taxes. The rates of return from tax lien certificates can range from 8% to as high as 50% within the second year.

Here’s how it works: local governments all across the United States are forced to sell the property tax liens created by property owners who do not pay their property taxes. The property tax lien will remain attached to the property and will not be removed unless the back taxes are paid.In many states even bankruptcy will not remove a property tax lien. Even though local governments will hold a lien against the property the lien does not equal spendable revenue for the government entity unless it is sold.

Remember local governments use property taxes to pay for many needed government services and running day-to-day operations (such as maintaining roadways, educating our children, providing law enforcement, etc.). In order to get the revenue needed to fund many of these services local governments can generally do two things: 1) increase taxes, or 2) sell tax liens to private investors while issuing certificates for the lien amount.Since most politicians know that raising taxes can be very harmful for re-election efforts their first choice is typically to sell off the tax liens through tax certificates.

When the tax lien is paid off you are guaranteed the rate of interest on the certificate. Like a certificate of deposit or CD this amount is your agreed rate of interest. This rate of interest can range from as low as 8% to as high as 50% for redemptions occurring in the second year. Remember that your certificate is backed by the real estate behind it, so in the event that the lien is not paid off the real estate is yours!If you invest correctly there is no downside; you either make the agreed upon interest rate or you take over the real estate for a mere fraction of its market value.

As you can see investing in tax lien certificates allows you to safely use the laws of compounding to increase your investment. A well thought out and researched strategy will allow you to safely bypass the ‘yo-yo’ effect of the stock market because each certificate has an incorporated safety net. The safety net is quite simply the real estate which backs the certificate. Best of all the real estate usually equals a much greater return than the face value of the certificate itself. Do companies on the New York Stock Exchange provide a safety net like local governments provide?

Remember there are many states which offer tax lien certificates and each state has different rules and regulations. I always recommend learning as much as you can from people who have proper experience and training. A lot of people ask me if investing in tax foreclosures is risky. The truth is that doing anything when you don’t have proper knowledge and training is risky. Seek out the experts who are willing to help you. Always continue to learn and don’t give in to negative people around you.

Keep in mind that everything you want in life takes up space. Many people fail to realize that when we want new things we have to get rid of the old things in order to make room for the new. Old thoughts, old ideas, unjustified fears all must make room for the new possibilities and limitless potential that each day has in store for us. Keep a positive attitude and learn from the experts and you will be on your way to fulfilling your dreams.

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