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Charlie Sheen Tax Problems – How to Avoid Them- Jerry Fetta

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It was recently announced that Charlie Sheen owes $5 million in back taxes. Back taxes are income taxes that were unpaid in the year they were due. This means that the IRS sent him the bill and for one reason or another decided not to pay it right then and the balance accumulated over time. Today I want to talk to you about how to avoid this, because I actually AGREE with Charlie Sheen not paying his taxes. Why? Because I believe taxation is theft. Now, there are better ways to not have to pay taxes other than just not paying them. https://www.wealthdynamx.com/charlie-… Learn more: https://www.wealthdynamx.com/potential/

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