Why you should only get safe and legal supplements?

If at any point in your life you have considered working out for a healthier, ripped body, you have heard of supplements. Chances are, you have used them as well. The results supplements can show when combined with the right workout can be astonishing, and isn’t that what we all want?

Before starting to use dietary supplements, know the repercussions. Some of them can benefit your health, but some others can have disastrous effects your body. Read  on, because the wrong supplement can kill you.

In the United States, Food and Drugs Administration regulates supplements. But instead of being treated as drugs, they are treated as food and do not have to adhere to the same production standards that medicines have to go through. This makes the supplements venture open to anyone with no expertise.

So before you decide to choose what supplement to take, ensure it is legal, and have a discussion with your healthcare provider. This will allow you to understand what you are ingesting in your body.

There are many common supplements that can contain ingredients that will actively cause adverse biological damage in your body, complicating your health. Some supplements can even have normal ingredients such as Vitamin D or A, which is not inherently harmful. But you may already be consuming plenty of it as part of your natural diet and the overdose could poison you.

In case of protein supplements it’s also common to have normal proteins that can sufficiently be consumed through food only, which means unless you know exactly what to look for, you will be wasting your money.

MOVO MOVO has mentioned  strict guidelines for legal supplements as to what can go into them and come with clear and concise details of the quantity you will be consuming. You need to decide what complementing foods you should consume without risks.…

Are the millionaires not paying their fair share in tax?

What comes to mind when you hear the popular saying that the ‘rich keep getting richer while the  poor keep getting poorer?- you probably think of how the rich takes decisive actions towards gaining wealth while the poor keep running a rat race as Robert Kiyosaki posited. But what if the rich are involved in underhand dealing? In this view that we pose the critical question: Are the millionaires not paying their fair shares in tax?

However you wish to look at it; it will be helpful to lay out some focal facts.

  • A report on Independent has it that wealthy people are being favoured by the HMRC hence they get to pay less.
  • In 2016, millionaire tax avoiders hold over £ 170bn in tax havens and n turn cost the government to lose revenue in the tuneof £ 56bn.
  • About 1% of UK’s citizens are millionaires.
  • According to a report in Financial Times, the wealthiest 1% of income taxpayers pay something in excess of a quarter of the total income tax which is a sizeable chunk of the revenue of the government.

So, where do we go from here?

From the last point [on the fact list], it could be drawn that millionaires are paying fair share of tax – if not more. However, one has to tread on the path of caution as there could be some other areas through which a few millionaires have etched out a leeway to dodging paying tax.

Ensuring that millionaires pay their fair share of tax

We cannot outrightly conclude that all millionaires are paying their fair shares of tax. This is why the onus falls on the regulatory agencies [as well as the government] to put in place certain checks and balances to monitor the activities of millionaires in connection to the payment of tax. The could limit and/or forestall to use of tax havens, Shell Company and facilities [such as capital gains tax and trust deeds] to evade tax. Furthermore, stiff(er) sanctions should be ‘hammered’ on any erring party that fails to comply with the laid-down tax laws.…