Tikkun olam b'malkhut Shaddai. Translation: Repair the world in the Kingdom of Shaddai (God).
This is our true calling (i.e. our Biblical Mission Statement).
It was said 2,000 years ago that this "kingdom of God" was at hand. Let's make sure we are fully leveraging what we have and not feel like we need to wait on God for something that Elohim has already given us.
This speaks of to one's attitude and is very important.
From a legal perspective we can be cognizant of what this means in a tangible way by recognizing that there are worldly jurisdictions and heavenly jurisdictions and therefore you need to be aware, even zealous of, where one ends and the other begins.
Is this directly related to one's tax liability and can a TGC leverage this in a powerful way?
This gets back to being in the world but not of the world and concepts of jurisdiction.
It's a lot easier if fulfill the commandment 'Love thy Neighbor as yourself' if you neighbors have been vetted to live in a TGC.
The flip side to this is that the community, especially the elders, are made up of community members.
Conflict resolution is held in house.
For example 'Are you a member in good standing?' and how does that effect your ability operate in this type of economy.