Skip to comments.STARVE THE BEAST: How to GO GALT and Avoid Paying Taxes (Without Moving or Quitting Your Job)
Posted on 11/08/2012 2:30:56 AM PST by Reaganite Republican
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Not true. You have to pay a penalty if you owe too much at the end of the year.
You would be surprised at how many taxes and fees exist along with the income tax. Income tax only makes up 50% of federal revenue. Alcohol, tabacco, fuel and transaportation are just a few of the many examples.
But consider that with mister tax and spend more the rate you pay in the future may be higher than the rate you pay now. I'm not saying you should or shouldn't just consider the implications in both directions.
Try reading the entire post and then respond without cherrypicking phrases. They key word here is "legally."
Don’t be a jerk. I was just passing along what I thought would be some useful info.
Well, I’ve already gone “galt” as they say. I have a ten-year-old car,and luckily have a son-in-law who is a mechanic with a dealer of the same kind of car I have. It has 225,000 miles on it, but runs like a new one. I have another son-in-law who is a commercial appliance repairman, and another son-in-law owns a bread route and I get my bread from him, and my son is an electrical engineer. I think I’m covered! I sold my house and moved in with my bachelor son, and we help each other with the expenses.
I don’t go to sit-down restaurants where I would have to leave a tip. We don’t have cable TV. I never go to movies. I never go to Starbucks. (I own a Keurig and always get my coffee pods on sale - about 50cents a cup). I get my hair cut about every two months at one of those discount shops, and I patronize the local Dollar Store.
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