There are legal ways to eliminate taxation.
There are legal classifications for non-taxpayers.
But, what will it take to start the grassroots Tax Boycotts?
You, as an investor, have more than mere national currencies to invest in local communities.
- You have your focused attention (to invest)
- You have your physical efforts to invest
- You can transform national currencies into local tangible assets (such as farms or alternative energy or many alternative services)
– Human Capital, aka Tax Slave –
See what is happening worldwide, taxation and austerity are on the rise.
And then there are the uncertainties about all national currencies.
Looking into the globalists’ agenda we see the effort for 100% tax compliance in a cashless society. That would allow policy makers to increase and add new taxes, then take payment directly from your mandatory bank account.
Yes, every citizen will have a compulsory digital account with autopay features where the account holder has no control over.
Imagine Bitcoin clones issued by central banks as national currencies.
These efforts are already underway and everyone should be aware of these schemes.
Funding wars and other massive government projects was never this easy!
If you have not already done so, TAKE YOUR MONEY OUT OF THE BANKS. ~Ron
Handelsblatt Exclusive: Saturday May 13, 2017
The International Monetary Fund is calling on Berlin to combat inequality within Germany and encourage more “inclusive growth” across the country, Handelsblatt has learned.
The new call comes from the IMF’s annual consultations with Berlin on the health of its economy, according to several people familiar with the IMF’s preliminary report, which will be presented on May 15.
The IMF has long called on Germany to increase domestic spending to reduce its massive current-account surplus, but the new report focuses more on imbalances within the country. Among other things the IMF is calling on Germany to reduce the high tax burden on lower earners and to raise property or wealth taxes to compensate. Increasing infrastructure investments is also a top priority, the people familiar with the IMF report told Handelsblatt.
The report is a shot in the arm for Martin Schulz the Social Democrat who is campaigning on a pro-equality platform in the upcoming federal elections in September. Mr. Schulz is the main rival of Chancellor Angela Merkel, who is running for a fourth term for her Christian Democratic Union party.
The IMF sees public investment, especially in infrastructure, as the top priority for the next German government.
The IMF ideas are strongly in line with a “ten-point plan” that the Economics Ministry, led by Social Democrat Brigitte Zypries, presented a few weeks ago that focused on the idea of inclusive growth.
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IMF Proposed a Capital Levy – Tax on Money in Bank Accounts & Raise Property Taxes
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is always the cheerleader to raise taxes to support government. They are instructing Germany to raise taxes and also talking about just imposing a 10% tax on all money that deposits in banks throughout Europe. Yes – you read that one correctly.
The IMF has told Germany it should raise its property tax, cut social welfare contributions and invest more to reduce income inequality. The demands are contentious in an election year. Once again the IMF has demanded higher taxes on savings deposits in Germany. Germany must do more for to raise taxes to impose more socialistic idea to somehow tax the rich to create a broader participation of all citizens in the fruits of economic growth, if somehow raising taxes actually ever creates economic growth. The IMF warns that there is a relatively high tax burden on lower incomes with a comparatively low burden on assets.
The IMF argues for higher taxes on property are in fact necessary and that the government should demand higher wages to also give impetus to the growth in Germany, yet this is magically creating no inflationary impact. Years ago, Italy simply imposed a tax on money in one’s account. This was called a “capital levy”. This was a one-time charge as an exceptional measure to restore the sustainability of the debt. The IMF is also suggesting that measure be invoked to help the coming Sovereign Debt Crisis. The attractiveness of such a measure is that such a one-time tax can be levied before a tax evasion can even occur, especially if cash is eliminated and money can only exist in bank accounts. This requires the belief that this measure is unique and never repeated.
The IMF has already calculated how much the measure would cost every Eurozone citizen:
“The amount of the tax would have to bring the European sovereign debt back to the pre-crisis level. In order to reduce the debt to the level of 2007 (for example in the euro area countries), a tax of about 10 percent is needed for households with a positive asset. “
As you can see, there is NEVER any discussion about reducing taxes or the size of government. The solution is always to raise taxes and to not even look at the old Italian trick of a 10% seizure of all cash in your account. We highly recommend to diversify to assets that are MOVABLE and not subject to taxation merely to possess.