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How to Avoid Taxes Without Evading Them - Bad Strategies To Avoid Taxes And How To Detect Them

In this country there is the voluntary declaration of taxes. That is, the taxpayer is responsible for filing his annual tax return after the end of the year. The government expects you to be honest on your tax returns, but they also have sophisticated ways to detect fraud. There are also very generous tax laws that allow you to avoid taxes legally. These laws exist for a reason, mainly to stimulate business and simulate the country economy. But one thing is to "avoid" taxes and another is to "evade" them. Allowing you to avoid taxes legally in return for doing something is a goal of the law. If you make a mistake, you may be subject to high monetary penalties and interest, as that is a civil

What Should I Do If Police Come to My House With a Search Warrant?

You are having a pleasant afternoon in your South Florida home when there is an unexpected knock on your door. You open the door to see several police officers on your front steps advising you that they have a warrant to search your house. What do you do? You may be wondering why the police want to search your home, or maybe you have an idea why they have gone to the trouble of obtaining a judge’s approval for a search warrant. Either way, you need to make sure that you handle the situation calmly and in a way that protects your rights without antagonizing or interfering with the officers’ lawful performance of their duties. Here are five tips for dealing with police who show up to your home

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