Evading Usury, Avoiding Taxes
It is commonly agreed that it is legal to (a) evade usury and (b) avoid taxes. The UsuryFree Network is both a local and global network of usuryfree creatives who are focused on experiencing the reality of usuryfree living in this incarnation.
The UsuryFree Network in co-operation with usuryfree creatives everywhere are working hard to promote and expand the usuryfree community currency movement. Information and resources are being shared with those who are ready and willing to be re-educated about modern money creation. Two activities that are commonly addressed are our right and duty to (a) evade usury and (b) avoid taxes.
Every year in the month of November, UsuryFree Day is celebrated on November 13th. UsuryFree Week follows from November 13th to 19th. This year, 2012, marks the Eighth Annual UsuryFree Day/Week.
During UsuryFree Week, local communities anywhere/everywhere are invited to host meetings or gatherings where people can learn how to (a) evade usury and (b) avoid taxes.
Let's connect and clarify these two noble activities (a) evading usury and (b) avoiding taxes. Usury is correctly labelled as the killer machine that keeps debtors financially enslaved to creditors for generation after generation. The exacting of usury on debt causes ongoing and perpetual grwoth of the debt. It is legal to "evade usury" and it is legal to "avoid usury."
Avoiding taxes is not an activity that many debtors consider as a right or duty. Few people bother to connect the dots to fully comprehend that the majority of income taxes levied by the provincial/state and federal levels of government goes directly to pay for debt service - paying 'interest' or 'usury' on government debt.
While it is illegal to 'evade taxes," it is perfectly legal to "avoid taxes." One of the best ways to avoid taxes in this 21st Century is for every individual who works as an employee to launch a part-time enterprise that can be operated from one's place of residence. There are many expenses that qualify for legitimate income tax deductions for entrepreneurs that are not available for employees as described in this article: "Tax Benefits of an SDI Enterprise."
The business opportunity that offers the widest range of legitimate expenses that can be deducted is a home-based enterprise within the SDI (Self Directed Income) industry. This is because the SDI industry has expanded to become a global phenomenon. As a portable business opportunity an SDI enterprise gives entrepreneurs an opportunity to deduct travel and entertainment expenses that are not available to wage-earning or salaried employees.
Readers are invited to spend some time browsing the articles that are published at the SDI Eye Opener to gain a better understanding of the SDI industry and its power and potential to become the optimal catalyst to usher in the forthcoming age of usuryfree living.
Next, review some of the tried and proven SDI opportunities, carefully examining (a) the products and/or services offered as well as the sales and marketing plan, then choose one SDI opportunity to pursue. Keep an open mind to developing an SDI Portfolio so that you can anticipate monthly earnings from more than one source.
Once you have officially launched your part-time SDI enterprise start labelling and keeping all business recipts that can be deducted as an expense when you file your annual income tax returns.
Next, make a commitment to regularly visit the UsuryFree Eye Opener to commence and/or continue your self-imposed re-education on topics that formal education ngelects to teach.
As you prospect and enrol new recruits to expand your part-time, SDI enterprise make it a pre-requisite that they multiply and duplicate your leadership. Teach them to keep all business recipts and encourage them to commit to a self-imposed re-education process by studying topics at the twin blogs - The SDI Eye Opener and The UsuryFree Eye Opener.
And encourage everyone on your team or network to embrace and promote the usuryfree community currency movement. Teach them how to create and spend their own usuryfree community currency and encourage them to shop within their own loyal networks and negotiate trades/exchanges using any usuryfree community currency as a complement with their diminsihing amounts of federal cash.