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Someone have ideas to Bypass Taxes?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by luizeba, Sep 28, 2009.

  1. luizeba

    luizeba Regular Member

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    Hello mates...


    I'm starting to earn real money at Adsense and these things...


    But I can't recive coz I'm minor (15), so I need to recive in my Parents Names...

    But when I do 18, I don't want to pay more than 35% of Income Taxes to the Brazilian Government...
    I never used ANYTHING that government offers, coz everything is shit...

    Never study at a Public School...never went to a Public Hospital...never used ANYTHING from government...don't want he taking my money --'




    I thought a thing...it's really simple and stupid, but was my unique idea...


    1- Take citizenship of some country with small income tax. I heard about Romania, with a 7.5% flat rate. It's true?

    2- Recive the money in some bank of this country. And pay income taxes, of course =)

    3- Take some internacional Credit-Card on this bank

    4- Spend the money here in Brazil =)

    5- If I need "real money", I go to an ATM and take some money...To take money at ATM is need to pay some taxes for the bank, right? I don't give *****, it's less than the Brazilian Income Taxes...


    This can be done? or not?

    Some other ideas?


    U guys rlz =)
     
  2. phpfiend

    phpfiend Junior Member

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    Just make it simple and set up an account in one of those banks in Hungary. There should be a post on those banks being coined as the new "swiss bank accounts" Just drop the $$ into there after you set up an account and there you go. No income taxes period.
     
  3. breakfree

    breakfree Registered Member

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    It's typically not so much about citizenship, it's more about residence. To do it legally, you would have to switch residence or have a company set up in a low tax country. With significant numbers, that's what they do.

    Let me remind you that you're enjoying the Brazilian sunshine, and that's why you pay taxes to Brazil.

    I don't, but I don't enjoy that weather, beaches if you have one, and Brazilian babes, so cheer up! :)
     
  4. WizGizmo

    WizGizmo Super Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

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    Here You Go . . .

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  5. blackmagiquellc

    blackmagiquellc BANNED BANNED

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    just get a really smart accountant to write off for you - if not - swiss banks are the way to go
     
  6. noob411

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    lol sorry i had the a and the e switched I swear it read how to bypass texas.....was gonna say just go north
     
  7. luizeba

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    LOL bypass texas =)
     
  8. Millygirl

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    You can always bypass Texas but be sure to stop by Louisiana for Mardi Gras:)
     
  9. wowhaxor

    wowhaxor Executive VIP Premium Member

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    You could just not pay. Personally I prefer to get most of my money via paypal then use my card to spend or pull out of the ATM daily. That way I only pay taxes on AdSense/CPA accounts and am in a better tax bracket.

    PS I guarantee you use things for paid by the govt... such as roads, sidewalks and bridges (its hard to get around without bridges)? How about the police?
     
  10. sugarpimp

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    Just a warning, Swiss Banking (especially for US-citizien) is now different, the swiss government signed a few agreements for data exchange with other states like USA, EU etc.
    My advice is to focus more on asian countries like Singapore or Hongkong, also good is to use friends or relatives who lives in different countries, example you are US citizien, your uncle lives in Mexico, so you could use him to open a offshore company on the BVI and use a bank account in HK (thanks to Ronin;))
    There are many options which are working really well, you have to think just outside of the box, maybe I should offer a offshore account service for online marketers cuz I live now in HK:D
     
  11. luizeba

    luizeba Regular Member

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    Nop =)

    Roads and bridges are now owned by pvt companies, who put a toll on every 80-100 km, making a car pay about 40R$ (about 25$) to from from my city to Sao Paulo (about 240 km)...

    And sidewalks...ok, sidewalks are public. But they really really suck...one day I take some photos to you see how are the sidewalks here in my city =)

    Police? Lol...my neighborhood has 2 cars (4 guys) of pvt security guards, and they came to my house every day 8 to collect their payment --'
    If we don't have pvt security, as in the past, my house would be robbed every 6-12 months...
     
  12. noob411

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    well I was going to say to really bypass TAXES you would need to bribe someone....but since that would be more than paying taxes just payem.... make more $$$$ so it doesn't hurt....