Get Ready to Overpay Your Taxes...Again

By: dmiles
Each year, millions of Americans severely overpay their taxes. Are you one of them? Chances are if you are still working on the W-2 tax system, you are! Many people don't realize, but there are two vastly different tax systems in this country. Let's call them the educated tax system, and the uneducated tax system. The educated tax system is used by the wealthy who have taken the time and effort to more fully understand the intricacies of the tax code and arrange their affairs such that they pay single digit taxes. However, the uneducated tax system is used by those who simply accept the idea that the federal government is entitled to a huge part of their income, often over 40%, every single year. The difference is like night and day.

The line under your income on your pay stub is where these two systems differ. With the uneducated tax system, you subtract the three lines under your income and the remainder is the amount of your income that you actually get to keep.

So you With the educated tax system, the first line is your reported income as with the uneducated tax system. However, the second line is the money you spent on the business, and you pay taxes on what is left. This is because when a business spends money it is called a business expense which is eligible for a tax deduction. So any money spent by the business will be untaxed. Therefore, having your own business and being in the educated tax system, you can reduce your taxes by 40-70%. To break this down even further: If you are making $35,000 a year, this information could save you up to $10,000. That means it does not matter if you are making millions of dollars or a few thousand dollars, these strategies can apply to you! A marginally profitable business can become a thriving business by applying these strategies.

Last year, Tax Freedom Day fell on April 26. This means that you worked 116 days just to turn it all over to Uncle Sam. For many people, taxes are their single largest expense. So what if you could find a legal, ethical way to reduce the amount of money you had to fork over in taxes? What would you do with the money you saved? I have spent years studying the tax codes, and I have found a reliable and perfectly legal way for you to reduce your tax burden, and best of all it can be used by anyone! The key is in arranging your affairs so that the majority of expenses are converted into legitimate business expenses and are eligible for a tax deduction. A portion of your mortgage, travel, medical expenses, meals, entertainment, and much more can be paid for with before tax dollars! The power of tax deductions can save you thousands of dollars each and every year, so why aren't you using it? Take some time to learn the tax secrets of the rich, and put more of your money back in your pocket where it belongs!


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