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It is tax season again, and to be honest I really do not enjoy paying taxes and I think I am in good company.  I hate paying taxes because there have been years when our living expenses were actually lower than our tax liability.  This is yet another reason why I want to retire early and live on less.

I have calculated our tax burden if we just earned what we needed to live on, and it is very small.  In fact, if we cut our expenses a little more in “retirement” we may even qualify for some refundable tax credits to zero out our tax liability.

I know that our taxes have gone to a lot of worthy causes such as education and infrastructure, but it also has gone to lining the pockets of bankers and random homebuyers.  I am not going to go into the “fairness” of it all, but I feel that it is silly to feed into a  system you do not agree with if you do not have to.

Right now we essentially live on part of one of our incomes.  If we kept our payrates and both worked two full days out of the week then we could cover our expenses.  However, we cannot do this yet because our jobs are full time jobs. I think that if companies had more well-paying part time positions then a lot of the current unemployment issues would be solved, and perhaps employees would be happier and more efficient, too. I know I would be a lot happier with two days of work and five days of leisure a week, and I would try to get as much done as possible in the two days I am working.

I know that some readers must think that attempting to drop out of the workforce early is lazy, but I just do not agree with the convention of working for the majority of your life for someone else. The current tax system is set up so that you get a little less of every extra dollar you earn, and you have no control over where that money goes.  So why should we waste time that we could be spending with our loved ones to pay someone else’s house downpayment?  It is not laziness that motivates me to retire early, but the realization that the only way to keep more of your life and freedom is to work less and consume less.

If you are paying more taxes than what you live on, then maybe it is time to assess how little you actually need to work to survive.  Perhaps you have already saved enough to retire and just don’t realize it.  Perhaps it is time to reclaim your life.

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canadian pharmacy no prescription viagraon 03.01.10 at 1:30 am

Sounds like you are a proponent of the Flat Tax system! Hooray! :)

Once you buy a property, you’ll pay even MORE nonsense tax, it’s unbelievable.

Hope you and the baby are well!

Best, Sam

canadian pharmacy no prescription viagraon 03.01.10 at 8:11 am

This is a great article and I must agree with the author. It is so sad that to help with taxes people need to retire and lower their expenses. And as the author said you don’t even know where the money goes most of the time. There has to be a better way to save money from taxes. Hopefully, it comes out before everyone starts filing taxes this year.

canadian pharmacy no prescription viagraon 03.01.10 at 8:51 am

Naw, I’m not a proponent of the flat tax system at all. The flat tax system ensures that you will be working for someone else no matter what your income level is. I think any tax system takes away freedom, but the government is not self sufficient so someone has to contribute. I’m not saying that I have a better solution to the current system, just that people can make a conscious and legal choice to pay as little taxes as possible under the current system. If everyone earned less and consumed less then perhaps a flat tax need to be enacted because the government will no longer have enough contributors at the top to sustain it.

canadian pharmacy no prescription viagraon 03.01.10 at 5:20 pm

I have seriously considered going part time because of how much we make in taxes. And we don’t make a ton of money! I’m really starting to question whether or not it’s worth working full time.

canadian pharmacy no prescription viagraon 03.14.10 at 8:43 am

Thank you Bag Lady for the common sense advice. If everyone lived like you, then we would not have the economic problems that we are presently experiencing.

Today there are winners and losers. The winners are working overtime and want to pay less taxes. The losers are the unemployed and just want a job.

There is an equilibrium point of common sense where everyone has a job and works less and everyone pays their fair share of taxes.

To reach this point many people’s expectations need to change.

I am 50 years old and my generation has many unrealistic expectation of the future.

It is nice to see that some members of our younger generation are thinking more clearly than my generation does.

Our country’s future could be very bright with more young people like you.

canadian pharmacy no prescription viagraon 03.16.10 at 9:43 pm

Great post! Another idea about decreasing your tax load is so you can use that money towards institutions that you trust. There are many great nonprofits doing great things that could do more if we help fund their efforts. However, by paying more in taxes, we are saying that we trust bureaucracy to show compassion better than these nonprofits.

Keep up the good work,
Eric

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