A tax free investment may be a popular item this time of year when many folks are finishing up their tax returns before the deadline. Tax-free investments are exempt from income tax by the issuer, which could be a state, city or county, and from federal income taxes.
At PCH Search and Win we’re offering a $100,000.00 “tax-free” prize to be awarded on April 29th. Although it’s not exempt from taxes, the way we’ll guarantee the winner will receive the full $100,000.00 is by supplementing the prize with an amount necessary to pay U.S. Federal, State and Local Income taxes that may be due from the winner as a result of winning this prize. According to sweepstakes writer Sandra Grauschopf of About.com, it’s a very “creative presentation giving you the chance to win a big cash prize.” (Thanks, Sandra!)
This year the deadline for filing 2010 Tax Returns is April 18th. Tax Day Used to Be April 15th, but in 2011 the IRS has approved a later deadline in observation of Emancipation Day in the District of Columbia. If you haven’t yet submitted your tax return, you only have a few days left to do so.
The deadline is fast approaching for online sweepstakes entry into Giveaway No. 1828 for the PCH $100,000.00 “Tax Free” prize, too. All PCH Search and Win sweepstakes entries received by 11:59 P.M., ET, 4/17/11 will be eligible to win. After that, it’s too late, so don’t delay.
You may not be in the market for a tax free investment or any other financial investment; but you won’t need a fund manager to figure out the ROI on a big win from PCH. A few clicks online for a chance to win $100,000.00 “Tax Free”? Sounds like a good investment to me!
What’s more, if you win the $100,000.00 “Tax Free” prize will be hand-delivered free to your front door! You wouldn’t have to worry about a brokerage statement or holding it until maturity – you could spend the huge cash prize right away!
So, head on over to PCH Search and Win and search online for your chance to win a “tax free” windfall. While you’re at it, try searching for “tax free investment,” “ROI” or “Emancipation Day” and let us know what you learn!
Executive Vice President
PCH Publishers Clearing House