How exactly should a business prepare for the tax implications of their income? What are the legal implications? All of these questions can be answered by watching the episode.
To start, you should check your business’s tax returns to see how much income it’s bringing in. But the most important thing you need to do is determine how much money you need to pay. In this case, we see that Vijay is basically making a regular living with his music; that’s not a tax problem. But it’s not a profit problem either because he’s selling out to the IRS and they can deduct this income in the way that they choose.
This is where it gets exciting because we can actually see Vijay buying a new home in a new city. We see that he starts building himself a mansion with the help of his friend (a government official named Shweta), a car rental agency, and a tax refund.
The game is a stealth action-adventure game, and one of the reasons why this raid was happening is because Vijay was trying to get the IRS to find him. That’s it. When Vijay got caught, he was told that they were going to send him to jail. But when they got to the prison, they found that Vijay had a new identity, that he was on the run, and that his friend Shweta was now his new boss.
So how does Vijay get out of jail? There’s a twist at the end of the game, where you must take on the role of Vijay and find out the truth. Apparently this new identity was a ploy to get Vijay out of jail so he could be tortured and killed with a sniper rifle. But the twist was that it wasn’t Vijay’s real identity. It was actually a government official named Shweta who’s been using Vijay as a tax shelter.
The idea behind a tax evasion scheme like that is that it protects you from having to pay any taxes. But there are a variety of legitimate reasons why you might want to use one. For example, if you are a woman who wants to get married in India, you might think it’s a good way to avoid paying marriage tax, or a way to get a divorce. At least that’s the way I figure it. But there are also legitimate reasons to use one.
I think I know why Vijay is using Shweta. He has been looking for a job for about two years now. Now I know why Shweta is getting involved. And not just because I know how to use a tax shelter and am also a man of my word, but because I think Shweta is a very bad person.
Shweta is a woman who has been looking for work for about two years now. She has lost her husband and her children to her own stupidity, and she uses her new job as a tax preparer to take advantage of her new job. She has now been hired to take care of Vijay, who seems to have no idea of what he is doing. He is supposedly an educated man, but I cannot really imagine that his lack of education is an issue at all.
In fact, Shweta is a brilliant woman who has a lot of problems of her own. She seems to be a bit of a sadistic bitch, and she is obviously doing this because she is trying to take care of Vijay. This may be true, but the fact that she is using Vijay to take advantage of her, seems to me to be the very definition of taking advantage of a person. She is literally using Vijay to do her bidding.
I like the idea behind Vijay’s death as it fits his character. One of the things about Vijay’s character is that he is not going to take any crap. He has seen what happens to people who refuse to learn. He is also the head of the family of the people in the village who had been killed, and it is his family that is the target of his revenge.