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Given the class warfare going on in this country, I thought this article would be very interesting to many of you one percenters.
It’s shockingly easy to hide your money offshore.
Thanks. I am sure the income redistributors won't like this one bit.
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Unless you are going to commit tax fraud, it does not help. I doubt the IRS will give immunity a second time. The one opportunity (the one that Romney likely used) is not likely to repeat itself.
You do like tax fraud? Perhaps that is what makes you a conservative.
I guess you do not understand what legal means. That's what makes you not rich.
Just because YOU can't figure out how to legally avoid taxes, it doesn't mean that others can't either.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by HawaiiKaiTrojan 19 months ago
Perhaps English is your second language, but he mentioned that one can legally move their money out of the country, not legally avoid taxes.
One paragraph of the articles states:
"Lately the United States and the European Union have expressed deep frustration with the international system of sharing tax information. In order to investigate my Belizean company’s bank account in Singapore, for instance, the I.R.S. would need to identify my bank and bank-account number, prove I had broken the law and then petition judges in Belize and Singapore to issue court orders forcing the release of my information. It’s a nearly impossible standard. It can also be easily undermined by enlarging the web of new accounts."
I.e., this is a lesson on how to legally move money out of the U.S. to illegally hide income from the IRS. Not trying to do something illegal does not make me poor, it makes me honest. Honesty is something that the rich sometimes fail to understand, and you apparently have no clue regarding.
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