I’m going to share the formula with you today and I’m telling you can pay more taxes. Well, that’d be fun but first off, the number one way to pay more taxes is to not keep up with your expenses.
That way you’ll have the highest taxable income possible and you can really make a contribution to our federal government. The number two way to pay more in taxes is to not have a great accountant. Just maybe do it yourself or let a friend handle it that might dabble in taxes, that’s a good way.
The number three way to pay more taxes is to not plan. Just let those taxes come out to be whatever they want to be at the end of the year. Don’t really worry about it and just write a big old check by the way, if you can’t write the big old check. This maybe take on some debt and oh, the IRS they’re really friendly when it comes to interest rates and penalties I hear.
So if you would like to pay more in income taxes, please go right ahead, help out our national debt and make your contribution today. If you’re on the other side of that point and would prefer to pay as little as possible, I’d suggest you get in touch with me right away.
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