Tax avoidance refers to a legal reduction in taxes. Tax evasion refers to
tax reductions that are illegal. Both types are discussed in this guide.
It is often mistakenly thought that tax avoidance techniques are only for giant
corporations and the super wealthy. Don't be mislead. They are also available
to small- and medium-sized businesses as well as individuals.
There are very few individuals who have the expertise to safely and legally
pursue tax avoidance through tax havens. The use of a qualified tax
attorney is essential, often also requiring the assistance of a Certified
Public Accountant. It is estimated that tax evasion costs the government
between $40 billion and $70 billion per year. Evade rather than avoid taxes and
a perp walk may well be in your future.
That said, you are under no obligation to pay more taxes that you can legally
avoid. Just as you have no qualms about deducting the interest paid on
your home mortgage or receiving an exemption for your dependent children, so
too should you have not qualms about benefiting from other tax avoidance
Use this Guide that we and Kindle have placed in your hands to select the best
and safest tax avoidance methods. Don't rely solely on the information
contained here in. Use it in a way that will permit you to consult
intelligently with a qualified attorney. If you study this Guide
carefully, you will reap substantial "cost avoidance" by not having
to pay for the time it takes for your attorney to educate you on tax avoidance
and tax evasion.
Date of Report: March 7, 2013
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