If you are interested in true personal liberty, you have to put serious effort into casting off your employment chains if at all possible. Our economy has been deliberately engineered to keep most people one job (meaning one bad review, or thoughtcrime) away from financial destruction. So, in our system, casting off the employment chain is difficult by design. I understand that. If you can’t cast those chains off because you are just scraping by, then try to educate yourself and look for opportunities to improve your situation as best you can when you can create those opportunities. But if you are sitting in a cubicle just because you don’t want to give up some nice little crumb of enslaving luxury, then you need to re-evaluate your priorities (and stop bitching about liberty).
The material in this article series is intended to help move you closer to economic independence. This originally started as some strategies, called becoming “Fully Taxated”, which describe how to use the same legal means that fat cats use to force most of the tax burden onto the proles.
Part of that strategy is to become incorporated. While writing the Fully Taxated article series, it became obvious that many people wanting to incorporate don’t even know where to start. I must, as usual, give a disclaimer. What I am about to describe to you is legal to the best of my knowledge and understanding. However, I am not a tax or law professional and you shouldn’t take anything out of this article other than pure entertainment. I must also repeat an essential point from the first article in that series: to thrive in any system, you must first recognize the reality of that system, and then act accordingly in order to manipulate its energy to your own purpose. To thrive in this system and not be perpetually frustrated, or worse, you must accept the premise that our system is not fundamentally noble, but was specifically designed to feed a class of certain very wealthy people. Refuse to accept this fact, and I can’t help you.