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Post  Henry Quirk on Wed Sep 21, 2011 3:56 pm

What is equitable ('fair') taxation?

That is: if you had your say, how would you structure American taxation (on the local, state, and/or federal levels)?
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stirring.

Post  thedoc on Thu Sep 22, 2011 5:18 am

I wouldn't have thought this pot had much for stirring. I believe I read that the income tax was voluntary, and all you needed to do was fill out the Tax return as usual and then state that you were refusing to pay. Technically it's not evasion, just declining to pay. Anyone know for sure?

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Post  Henry Quirk on Tue Sep 27, 2011 3:49 pm

"I wouldn't have thought this pot had much for stirring."

It's dead...but: it's good to check in every so often...if for no other reason than to piss on the trees.

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"I believe I read that the income tax was voluntary"

Supposedly. Interesting how many folks are jailed or fined for not volunteering.
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Post  kriswest on Sat Oct 22, 2011 1:13 pm

Go to .gov and look up definitions in IRS, Its pretty interesting. Ask yourself this Why would there be tax lawyers if there were no loopholes? If you get arrested for tax evasion thats all it is it does not mean you are guilty of it, a good lawyer will know the loopholes and laws and can get you off. Arrested is one thing convicted is another. If you have no social security number, do not us the federal way of addressing mail and there are a couple of other things, You don't have to pay taxes to the feds. But if you do use federally funded things then you declare yourself a federal citizen, not a soveriegn citizen of your state. Boom,,, tax evasion. its faily interesting on how things are worded in the law and the definitions of the words.

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