What are the various means we can avoid paying taxes legally?
by tjmatel36 years ago
The Congressional Budget Office's latest numbers show that the wealthiest 10 percent of Americans pay about 70 percent of all taxes, while the poorest 50 percent pay about 3 percent. In fact, some people pay...
by susanafe7 years ago
Bartering, as defined by the IRS, doesn't seem to have any limits on it. If friends exchange goods or services, the IRS expects taxes to be paid. There is nothing in the IRS code that distinguishes bartering between...
by James Smith5 years ago
Lauryn Hill responds to tax evasion chargeshttp://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-18407555 "I did this in order to build a community of people, like-minded in their desire for freedom and the right to pursue...
by Sooner283 years ago
There is a conservative argument I've heard that goes something like this. So for now, I'm going to pretend like I accept this argument and try to do it justice. For a decision to be moral, it must be the...
by Grace Marguerite Williams7 days ago
Do you feel that you are taxed too much? Are you for less taxes? Do you also feel that the government use taxes as a subterfuge for their oftentimes wasteful spending?
by ptosis4 weeks ago
federal income tax rates history, During the eight years of the Eisenhower presidency, from 1953 to 1961, the top marginal rate was 91 percent. (It was 92 percent the year he came into office.)What does it mean, though?...
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