At the age of twenty I tried to start a business. Having missed my college idea, I did not know the business bookkeeping. It was just a knock for marketing and a lot of energy to burn. Then I went and started making money.
"Fool and money will soon be divorced," says the Bible. In this case, I'm a fool. My money, the IRS trip. Not the first; first I kept it. Well, why not? I got everything. The government does not see that. In reality, the only reason I did not pay taxes was that I did not want to undertake the learning of the accounting page.
It never occurred to me that I could hire someone to work or teach. I was not interested in the subject at all. I did not regret paying taxes, it was the paperwork I hated.
Paperwork is good. Paperwork prevents the steering wheel from reaching the door step and gives you peace of mind. The IRS had five years to realize that I did not submit a return (a new offense). Fortunately, the IRS just wants money. Not really interested in persecuting people, except for the name of Wesley Snipes. Based on my experience with the IRS, I would say that Wesley was only accused of having such a good opportunity to use the IRS as an example and considered that the average man complained about the IRS. But I was able to negotiate all of these with the IRS and spent only a large part of my money instead of a few years. What a relief to write the last check on the IRS and put the underlying order.
It is my advice if you do not have an accounting approach and try to invest, spend time on learning, or you're paying someone to take care of it. Worth worth it.
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