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The central theme issued to this short article is that of hope. There is light at the end of the tunnel for many online readers tonight (or this morning). The mission here is to motivate distressed consumers to move towards the correct decision to help them alleviate their debt burdens. There is also help ahead from authoritative web-based guides like this one on how to resolve burdensome tax issues. 

Being up to date with tax matters will go a long way towards living a debt free life. There is some irony in this. It may even be quite callous to suggest the fact that because the poorest of the poor among societies around the world are not truly saddled with debt nor are they obligated to pay taxes in the manner low to middle income earners are required to do. In some countries of the world, welfare programs are in place to ensure that these poor folks receive a monthly stipend to provide them with the bare minimum.

No such stipends or gifts are available to the average income earner, however. This may seem unfair but it is not. Many countries around the world have progressed to such a degree that welfare programs come with the proverbial payback. Those who are receiving welfare payments are obligated to actively seek out job opportunities. Or where they are not physically or mentally able to do so, they are placed into rehabilitation programs to prepare their way for being part of mainstream society and make worthwhile contributions to their respective countries’ tax base.

It remains your right, however, it is considered illegal to withhold the payment of taxes. But it is your right to pay as little as you need or feel obligated to pay. There are many loopholes in this regard, but finding them can be quite onerous to the layman or woman. This is where qualified advice always comes to good use. There are incentives, going forward, for utilizing the services of a registered practitioner, consultant or financial planner.

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The biggest incentive, of course, is to encourage you to save more. Depending on which country you are based, government departments responsible for the country’s finances and trade and industry have put into place legislated incentives to save as much as possible. It works quite simply. A designated amount is indicated for savings per year or for an entire lifetime. Financial advisers are also well positioned to advise income earners on investment vehicles that do not require capital gains payments (or as little of it as possible).

Going back to your government institutions, legislation is also in place to help highly indebted consumers. They are now empowered to find out about settling debts as fairly as possible and high interest and additional debt collection service fees (in many cases deemed illegal) no longer need to be paid in settlement of the outstanding amount. Like this, it is hoped that this note shows you that urgent help is available.