In the wake of the IRS scandals we've learned American business owners are being persecuted for expressing opinions that differ from reigning political agendas.
Political donation activities, Facebook posts, and nonprofit mission statements are all fair game.
Today, when those in power don't like what you have to say, your business can be audited or refused tax-exempt status in painstakingly long and intrusive processes.
But the reverse is also true: When the powers-that-be approve, life is good - it's all rubber stamps and smooth sailing.
Sure, if we had our druthers, we'd without a doubt prefer to stand up for our ideals.
However, when your livelihood - and maybe the livelihoods of your family and your employees - depends on the success or failure of your business, it may not be worth the risk.
And that's nothing to be ashamed of.
Luckily, there are a few easy ways you can game the system to avoid IRS discrimination: