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by DHANUSHKUMAR B 20111011


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Rich Get Richer....
Poor Get Poorer....
Whenever we say "TAX," we typically think of an income tax, such as a personal income tax, corporate income tax, property tax, or consumption tax. Taxes, however, are not just an extension of income tax. In addition, they are employed in other sectors of the economy and as payment for government services.
"Tax is the cash you give to the government in exchange for the public services they offer you. The primary source of income for the government is taxes, which are based on your income.

The most popular and significant form of government intervention used to redistribute income among the populace is taxation. Through a progressive taxation system, it aims to distribute the cost of economic expansion.
The advantages of paying taxes are numerous. They assist in building and maintaining infrastructure, such as roads, and they can even assist in establishing or maintaining the institutions required for the rule of law and the smooth operation of the democratic process.

Taxes provide the government with the money it needs to finance public expenditures like constructing roads, schools, and hospitals as well as local government services like police and fire departments, parks and playgrounds, and public libraries.
The type of tax and any related regulations will determine the taxpayer. Federal income tax regulations, for instance, typically only apply to those who have an adjusted gross income of a certain amount. Corporate taxes may only apply to businesses that have operated in a particular region or are incorporated to conduct business within a particular nation. There are frequently exceptions and restrictions for who the tax applies to, and each tax is handled differently.
America's billionaires use tax-avoidance methods that are out of the grasp of the average person. The increasing value of their assets, such as stock and real estate, is the source of their wealth. Those gains are not considered taxable income under US law unless and unless the billionaires sell.
For middle-class Americans, such as wage earners in their early 40s with typical wealth for their age, the situation is entirely different. Such households saw an average increase in their net worth between 2014 and 2018 of about $65,000 after taxes, primarily as a result of an increase in the value of their homes. However, because the vast majority of their income came from salaries, their tax obligations during that five-year period were almost as high—nearly $62,000.

Buffett, the grandfatherly billionaire, avoided taxes more than any of the other 25 richest people. Given his public support for higher taxes for the wealthy, that might come as a surprise. Forbes estimates that between 2014 and 2018, his wealth increased by $24.3 billion..

- A method of transferring valuable assets to others (such as your children) while evading the federal estate tax is by freezing the trust. To keep all asset appreciation out of the estate and any taxes, "freeze" the value of your assets several years before you intend to pass them on.

- Tax havens: Establishing a business or keeping funds in an account in a nation with reduced taxes. Offshore tax havens are where $21 trillion is being concealed. Examples include: Tax havens have at various points benefited David Bowie, U2, and the Rolling Stones. The Cayman Islands are a well-known tax haven, with more registered businesses there than there are residents (more than 85,000).

- Capital gains tax: A tax on the profits from the sale of non-inventory assets like stocks, bonds, real estate, or precious metals that were initially purchased for less money.
Frequently used flaw buying stock options, which fixes the share price at a set amount, and then taking out a loan from an investment bank using the shares as security.
Then, to avoid paying capital gains tax, the borrower repays the loan either by selling the shares or by using the money earned from the borrowed funds.
Some Steps How Rich People Avoid Paying Taxes Are as Follows: -
- Make an 80C claim for stamp duty and registration expense. Many people are unaware of the fact that the stamp duty and registration costs for the house's documents can be deducted under section 80C in the year of the house's purchase. It's vital to keep in mind that in order to qualify for these deductions, you must actually own the home. Therefore, you cannot claim this deduction for properties that are still under development. According to the income tax

- Getting deduction for rent even without HRA. All the salaries class people get HRA from their companies, and hence they claim deductions on that.
Under Section 80GG, you can claim deduction of the rent paid even if you don’t get HRA. However not many people are aware of this deduction. If you are not being paid any HRA or don’t have any housing benefit from employer. You can claim least of following 3 things as HRA: -

a) Rent paid less 10% of total income

b) or Rs 2,000 a month;

c) or 25% of total income.