I'm sometimes in a situation where, if I do nothing, I'll benefit. But I suspect Jewish law may actually require me to take action that will prevent the benefit.
I'm not sure if I should ask my rabbi for guidance, or if I should just ignore my conscience. What halachic considerations should I keep in mind here?
See also Why is it necessary to ask a Rabbi?—but note this. Most halachic conundrums are about whether doing something is allowed. Here, my conundrum is about whether doing nothing is allowed.