Like most in Charlotte, you understand that Uncle Sam is eventually going to get his own chunk of your earnings; the real question is whether that is going to happen every two weeks or once a year in April. While you might appreciate the need for taxes, that does not mean that you want to pay any more than you absolutely have to. There are plenty of methods through which you can save on paying taxes; your just need to know whether they classify as tax avoidance or tax evasion.
Most might assume that proving that a white collar crime was committed would be fairly straightforward; one need only identify scenarios were well-intentioned investors lost a good deal of money due to the promises of the schemer. Yet does the mere fact that you, as one who manages the investments of others in Charlotte, secured investments that ended up losing money mean that you are a criminal? Such is the question that many bring to us here at The Law Office of Kevin L Barnett. Like them, you may be pleased to learn that simply losing your clients' money does not qualify as white collar crime.