Tax is killing you webinar Mon Aug 12 at 12PM EDT

(Last Updated On: August 9, 2019)

Let’s do webinar on taxation. This is important since no one speaks of it. Here is one quote (from Quora) I would think should open your eyes:

A guy who is making 200k after tax, and lives in a low cost country. He saves and invests about 150k a year and can still live a great life in a developing country on 50k. He only spends $500-$600 a month on rent and bills. He probably looks rich compared to most locals but most people probably assume he is just doing OK – just middle-income.

Also, what the video below about a kid upset on how taxes upsets his game with Monopoly. Life is like that. So why pay tax? I think it is crime against business owners, traders, and researchers who innovate. The country you live in is most likely running out of money so they get desparate with audits, local tax increases, and so on. Let’s talk about it.

Bryan Downing is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Taxation Kills you Webinar

Time: Aug 12, 2019 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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