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The technological revolution has dramatically modified most aspects of our civilization, but a few have been hit as hard as the legal system. Along with the rising popularity of the Web came the mounting concerns over our privacy, security, and even our sense of identity. Several traditional pillars of the law had to be completely rewritten, particularly the contract law, which has sufficiently struggled with answering many of the questions that arose with trends such as online shopping. Today, the business of electronic signatures is on the steady climb, with some reports projecting the e-signing sector to be worth more than $5 billion by the end of the decade.

Look, we know you are a responsible person. You work hard to provide for yourself and your family, and you take great care to make sure you timely pay your dues. In return, you believe that what you’ve earned and the things you bought with the money that you earned belong to you and you alone, and if you want to spend it all on a giant water bed in the center of your living room, there is nobody in the world that can do anything about that. And of course, for the most part, you are absolutely right. However, not trying to burst your water-bed bubble, but there is a catch, or a few of them for that matter. There are still obligations that are almost inherently attached to most kinds of financial gains, and we’re here to take a look at some of the most popular ones. In other words, here’s the scoop on property and estate taxes.

Having to pay your tax bill can be a stressful occasion even for the best of us. In fact, since we’re still very much stuck in a recession-riddled economy, it can get so stressful that many choose to simply ignore the fact that they have a bill coming up, and just choose to deal with it when it arrives instead, the best way that they can. Usually, this includes sinking your head deep in your hands and wondering why you didn’t plan ahead while there was still time.

Having to pay your tax bill can be a stressful occasion even for the best of us. In fact, since we’re still very much stuck in a recession-riddled economy, it can get so stressful that many choose to simply ignore the fact that they have a bill coming up, and just choose to deal with it when it arrives instead, the best way that they can. Usually, this includes sinking your head deep in your hands and wondering why you didn’t plan ahead while there was still time.

Tax is an important aspect to bringing revenue to the government. There is a need for the government to have advanced ways of collecting and keeping records of how tax has been collected and how it has been allocated for development and government expenditure. When governments keep good records of tax collection and expenditure it motivates its citizen to pay tax faithfully because the see that their resources are in good hands.

Rarely is any additional money sticking out of your wallet considered an inconvenience. But when you live in a country which enforces a progressive tax rate system, that additional income may just be enough to put you in a higher tax bracket, requiring you to part ways with a bit more of that wallet-popping cash. However, being a member of a higher tax bracket doesn’t really have to be that stressful, especially if you are familiar with the basics of the tax system at hand. So get your pen and paper out, and let’s begin by going back to the fundamentals:

In a nutshell, a progressive tax system is a method of taxation in which the tax rate gets higher as your income does (not all income, but most of it anyway). So if you only earned $10000 last year, but your struggling tech company just got bought by Microsoft (hey, congratulations), your tax rate is probably going to jump from 10 to 20-30% this year, simply because you now earn way more. The reasoning behind a progressive tax rate is that those taxpayers with higher income not only can, but also should shoulder more of a tax weight on their shoulders, since the government is probably partially responsible for their financial success as well.

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