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SUBSCRIBE NOW and get the information only The Voth Report brings you. Financial, tax, personal, and lifestyle information intended to teach concepts, make you think, laugh, and inspire you each week. (See the report sections below)

The Voth Report will not give you specific financial and investing advice—that’s what your financial advisor is for. However, it will be a resource that you can use to query your advisor for more information about the services and products that he or she provides to clients.

Just like my best selling book, The 10 Secrets Revenue Canada Doesn’t Want You To Know, changed the way boring tax books had been written in the past, The Voth Report too will be a departure from the boring newsletters that until now have infiltrated your inbox. This newsletter will be different from any other financial company newsletter you have ever read, because of the topics covered and the way they are written.

You may not have time to read the whole letter each week, or there may be sections that do not interest you. However, my hope is that each week I will give at least one thing of value that you can take away from the experience of reading The Voth Report. You might find something that may save you some time or money, give you a new idea, challenge you, enrich your life, or at least entertain and amuse you.

Each week I deliver a lot of information, like rail cars in a train, take the ones you can use and ignore the rest, but don’t derail the whole train if you happen to see a ‘rail car’ that doesn’t line up with your philosophy or belief system.

Here are some of the sections of The Voth Report that you can expect to see in upcoming issues:


Quote of the Week:

I love to read great quotes from people, dead or alive, that make me think, inspire me, or motivate me to greater things in my life. And I would like to share them with you.


Be inspired by reading articles written one of my contributing authors or by me. Or you may be edified and inspired by the links to images, audio, and video clips.


Research shows that laughter and a sense of humor have an effect on longevity and quality of life. Laughter activates the chemistry of the will to live and increases our capacity to fight disease. Laughing relaxes the body and reduces problems associated with high blood pressure, strokes, arthritis, and ulcers. Some research suggests that laughter may also reduce the risk of heart disease. Historically, research has shown that distressing emotions (depression, anger, anxiety, and stress) are all related to heart disease. A study done at the University of Maryland Medical Center suggests that a good sense of humor and the ability to laugh at stressful situations helps reduce the damaging physical effects of distressing emotions.


Learn principals, concepts and ideas. These may be based on financial planning, tax strategies, offshore tactics, business ideas, or lifestyle and personal life—written by contributing authors or me. The information will not administer specific advice. It will however give you ideas to discuss with your own professional advisors.


What’s happening this week and why should we care. What does it mean to you? Is it really important or is it just something the media have whipped up for us to fill their time slot or newspaper pages. I’m not saying I know it all, but I will feature articles written by some of the greatest minds. Then you decide!

Health & Lifestyle:

This is not the boring—you’ve heard it all before—information that you could get from a hundred other places. This is the place where you will discover uncommon information that is not widely known or believed. However, when one of my authors, or I, give you the information opposite of what you’ve always believed to be true it will be backed up with verifiable facts and evidence.


When there are important books that I believe you may be interested in, I will feature information and/or reviews of them.


I will post schedules of upcoming events you may wish to take part in

Freedom Message:

Although I don’t want The Voth Report to become a political blog, I am a libertarian and proud of it and would like everyone to see the value in the freedom philosophy that says we can be responsible for our own lives and don’t need a big strong government to take care of us. I also believe that if the whole world would be better off if we all lived by the fundamental libertarian philosophy that says, “Each person has the right to live his life in any way he chooses so long as he respects the equal rights of others.”

Special offers:

When available I will publish special offers to purchase books, audio & video programs, e-Reports, seminars, etc. that I think you might find valuable.

Cool Links:

I love to do research. In fact, I have I believe that research is what I do best; therefore, you will see and read many things in my newsletter that you may not have seen elsewhere. Also, I will give you links to access the information directly on the Internet if you want to research the subject in greater detail yourself. And I will give you links to cool things and websites you may not have discovered yet.

davidvoth.com website updates:

As I said at the beginning of this letter, one of the things I am doing for my readers is providing them a resource at davidvoth.com. So each week when I add new information, or have seasonal reports available, I will tell you here first. Things like year-end tax-planning checklists in the last quarter of the year to insure you’re aware of the best current strategies to insure that you’re paying as little tax as possible.

And who knows what else:

Why would I say this? Well, at this point I have laid out what I think The Voth Report will look like in its maturity, but as I said, it’s for my readers. So if my readers want different kinds of information, then the newsletter will evolve to reflect the needs of my friends—my readers.