This situation is definitely common. Because of all the tax loopholes, the rich get away with not paying taxes. The poor end up paying more to the IRS than they do, as an outcome.
Pay Less Tax
If you are a wise taxpayer, you know you should not pay the government more or less than what you owe in taxes to avoid IRS problems. What numerous taxpayers don't realize is that there are particular income types that the government cannot collect taxes on legally.
By Thomas Phelan
It’s tax season again, and that means millions of Americans are reviewing their finances. Ultimately, we’re seeking the answer to the same basic question: "Is there a way improve the performance of my investments AND keep more of those profits to myself, rather than handing them over to the IRS?"
The number of natural disasters that have hit the United States in the last several years has caused many businesses to hire additional workers to help them meet increased demand for their goods or services. These businesses must classify their workers properly to make sure everyone can meet their tax obligations. Occasionally, an employer does make an error and classifies an employee as an independent contractor and has to correct that mistake.