To avoid the hostile taxation and business code in the U.S. I was thinking of possibly starting a non-US based company(I did a little research a while back on some good places but forgot now). I'll move to the location if necessary as to avoid having to pay U.S. taxes(and hell, renounce my citizenship if they force me).
The company will manufacture products and then ship worldwide. The point of moving it outside the US is to avoid having to pay too much in taxes(more than about 20%) and avoid all the legal crap that is going on.
Am I right in assuming that the fed. gov. cannot come after me for taxes on such a setup? (obviously I'm oversimplifying it but the point is, is it possible to do this relatively easily)
Are there decent places to start such a business that are much more favorable and maybe a good place to live?
Can I live in the US still and run the business inside the US(in the some sense)? Do I still have to pay taxes on income just because I live here? Or is that where the 6 months rule comes in? Couldn't I just live with a GF or something and not leave any trace? How would the feds know? They shouldn't even know how much I'm making outside the US anyways?
I don't mind paying some taxes but the US has become ridiculous. Are there legal ways to pay a decent tax rate without too much work?
Is it time to move to China?
Am I going to get a knock at the door by the feds for writing this? ;)