No Law Requires You To Pay Income Taxes

irs-sealThis post is not intended for you to stop paying taxes and this is not legal advice. I’m capable of reading and understanding words, so I decided to look at the US Tax Code. It’s very confusing and lengthy but you would be surprised of all the nonsense that are in these laws. Many people claim they are sovereign citizens across the United States, are these people paying income taxes? You hear about celebrities not paying taxes but you never hear about them going to jail or paying any money back to the IRS. So how are they getting away with fraud? Is it possible that it’s completely true; Paying Income Taxes is Completely Voluntary!? Here is a complete extensive article into the research behind the laws and some other info I found (look out for more articles in the future):


Joseph R. Banister, a former fraud expert and gun carrying special agent with the criminal investigations division of the Internal Revenue Service, has discovered that there is no law that requires you to file a income tax return or to pay income tax for working in America.

Just as the ” fact ” that the earth was once considered flat was exposed as a lie we have in our own time a lie of equal and greater size. Just as fear and ignorance once stated that the earth was flat so today our nation is ruled by fear and ignorance in regard to the so-called ” income tax.” The facts are these :

There is no law which requires you to file an income tax return for working in America.
There is no law which requires you to pay income tax for working in America.
You volunteer when you sign a income tax return.
You volunteer when you pay income tax.
You sign away your 5th Amendment rights against self-incrimination when you sign a tax return.
The money which you pay as your ” income tax ” goes to a private banking cartel.

The fact is that our nation is ruled by a private banking cartel, the Federal Reserve System, which, having taken control of our country and its sovereign power of making money, itself makes money out of thin air and loans it to our nation. It is the inherent breakdown of this Federal Reserve System which leads to the progressive rise in prices, a fraudulent and ever rising ” national debt,” the loss of the value and purchasing power of the dollar, the need for 2 parents to work to achieve a adequate income, and many other symptoms of a decaying economy. The ” income tax ” is the payment demanded by this private banking cartel for the ” service ” ( the loaning of the money which they create ) which they perform. Our representatives, including Senator Boxer, have been bought and paid for by that banking cartel which has conquered our nation and takes its tribute from the citizens who are essentially plantation slaves as they work for a private bank and its stockholders ( mostly foreign ) and not the nation.

I ask you to join me in the battle to stop the total and complete corruption of the IRS and the Federal Reserve System. We must save our workers, our nation, and our future generations from this slavery.

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Very Interesting Qutoes Found About The IRS And Taxes:

Anonymous

“There is no law limiting how intrusive a search and seizure raid can be.”
Unnamed IRS Agent

Donald C. Alexander
IRS Commissioner

“The mission of the service is to encourage and achieve the highest possible degree of voluntary compliance.
Federal Register, March 1974

T. Coleman Andrews
Commissioner of IRS

“Maybe we ought to see that every person who gets a tax return receives a copy of the Communist Manifesto with it so he can see what’s happening to him.”
U.S. News & World Report May 25, 1956

Dwight E. Avis
Head of ATF
IRS House Ways and Means Subcommittee Hearings 1953

“Let me point this out now. Your income tax is 100 percent voluntary and your liquor tax is 100 percent enforced tax. Now the situation is as different as day and night. Consequently, your same rules just will not apply… ”

Henry Bellmon
Senator (1969)

“In a recent conversation with an official at the Internal Revenue Service, I was amazed when he told me that ‘If the taxpayers of this country ever discover that the IRS operates on 90% bluff the entire system will collapse.’”

Hugo Black
Supreme Court Justice

“The United States has a system of taxation by confession.”
U.S. v. Kahriger

Senator Richard Bryan
Nevada

“As you know, the Senate Finance Committee held a series of hearings on problems with the complex tax code and the IRS. These hearings brought public many horror stories on the tactics used by the IRS. Additionally, my office received an anonymous fax which indicated that the regional offices of the IRS were maintaining quotas on collection agents; in effect rewarding these agents not for accuracy, but for how much they collected. I immediately contacted the new IRS Director who assured me publicly that practice would end. This practice has long been illegal, and legislation has now been passed that will strengthen the agency responsible for curbing this and other abuses.”
November 9, 1999.

Richard E. Byrd
Virginia House Speaker
1910

“A hand from Washington will be stretched out and placed upon every man’s business; the eye of the federal inspector will be in every man’s counting house…. The law will of necessity have inquisical features, it will provide penalties, it will create complicated machinery. Under it, men will be hauled into courts distant from their homes. Heavy fines imposed by distant and unfamiliar tribunals will constantly menace the taxpayer. An army of federal inspectors, spies, arid detectives will descend upon the state.”
predicting what would happen if the federal Congress were to enact a federal Income tax.

Mortimer Caplin
IRS Commissioner

“Our tax system is based on individual self-assessment and voluntary compliance.
1975 IRS IR Audit Manual

Senator Frank Church
Chairman, Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations
94th Congress, First Session

“If the law does not assure that tax returns filed by Americans will not be turned against them, our system of voluntary compliance with the tax laws faces a doubtful future.
Volume 3, Internal Revenue Service (October 2, 1975)

Jack Cole Co. v. MacFarland
337 S.W. 2d. 453, 455-456 (Tenn. 1960)

“Since the Right to receive income or earnings is a Right belonging to every person, this right cannot be taxed as a privilege.”

Judge Cummings
U.S. Federal Judge

“Only the rare taxpayer would be likely to know that he could refuse to produce his records to IRS agents… Who would believe the ironic truth that the cooperative taxpayer fares much worse than the individual who relies upon his constitutional rights.
U.S. v. Dickerson (7th Circuit 1969)

Albert Einstein

“The hardest thing in the world to understand is the income tax.”

Form1040 Tax Instruction Booklet

“You are among the millions of Americans who comply with the tax law voluntarily.”
1992

Albert Gallatin
Secretary of the Treasury

“An internal tax on consumption essentially differs from a tax on visible property because, in the last case, nothing is more requisite than an account of what a man appears to be possessed of, whilst, in the other, it is necessary to know the quantity and quality of the article consumed; and in order to attain that knowledge a severe inquisition must take place… and… extraordinary & dangerous powers must be given to the collectors.”

Fred Goldberg
IRS Commissioner

“We have a voluntary compliance system.”
Nightline with Ted Koppel, April 13, 1990

Grace Commission

“100% of what is collected is absorbed solely by interest on the Federal Debt… all individual income tax revenues are gone before one nickel is spent on the services taxpayers expect from government.”
Report submitted to President Ronald Reagan in 1984

Alexander Hamilton

“There is no method of steering clear of this inconvenience, but by authorizing the national government to raise its own revenues in its own way. Imposts, excises, and, in general, all duties upon articles of consumption, may be compared to a fluid, which will, in time, find its level with the means of paying them. The amount to be contributed by each citizen will in a degree be at his own option, and can be regulated by an attention to his resources. The rich may be extravagant, the poor can be frugal; and private oppression may always be avoided by a judicious selection of objects proper for such impositions. If inequalities should arise in some States from duties on particular objects, these will, in all probability, be counterbalanced by proportional inequalities in other States, from the duties on other objects. In the course of time and things, an equilibrium, as far as it is attainable in so complicated a subject, will be established everywhere.
Federalist Papers 79

“In the general course of human nature, a power over a man’s subsistence amounts to a power over his will.”

Dorcas R. Hardy
former Commissioner of Social Security

“There is no law requiring a person to apply for a Social Security number, and there is no section of title 18, United States Code, making it a crime to not have a social security number.”

Thomas Jefferson

“[W]e must not let our rulers load us with perpetual debt. We must make our election between economy and liberty or profusion and servitude. If we run into such debt, as that we must be taxed in our meat and in our drink, in our necessaries and our comforts, in our labors and our amusements, for our calling and our creeds…we [will]have no time to think, no means of calling our miss-managers to account but be glad to obtain subsistence by hiring ourselves to rivet their chains on the necks of our fellow-sufferers. And this is the tendency of all human governments. A departure from principle in one instance becomes a precedent till the bulk of society is reduced to be mere automatons of misery. And the foreshores of this frightful team is public debt. Taxation follows that, and in its train wretchedness and oppression.”

“The remaining revenue on the consumption of foreign articles is paid chiefly by those who can afford to add foreign luxuries to domestic comforts, being collected on our seaboard and frontiers only, and incorporated with the transactions of our mercantile citizens, it may be the pleasure and the pride of an American to ask, What farmer, what mechanic, what laborer ever sees a taxgatherer of the United States?”
2nd Inaugural Address

“The suppression of unnecessary offices, of useless establishments and expenses, enabled us to discontinue our internal taxes. These covering our land with officers and opening our door to their intrusions, had already begun that process of domiciliary vexation which once entered is scarcely to be restrained from reaching, successively, every article of property and produce.”

Ambassador Alan Keyes
2000 Presidential candidate

“We ought to have realized that the income tax is utterly incompatible with liberty. It is actually a form of slavery…. Under the income tax, the government takes whatever percentage of the earner’s income it wants. The income tax, therefore, represents our national surrender to the government of control over all the money we earn.”

Jerome Kurtz
IRS Commissioner

“The IRS’s primary task is to collect taxes under a voluntary compliance system.”
1980 IR Annual Report

Senator Paul Laxalt

“The high-handed bureaucratic excesses of the IRS are a national disgrace… riding roughshod over the taxpayers and making a joke out of our rule of laws.”

Loan Association v. Topeka
United States Supreme Court (1874)

“To lay with one hand the power of government on the property of the citizen, and with the other to bestow it on favored individuals… is none the less robbery because it is… called taxation.”

Senator Edward V. Long

“The IRS has become morally corrupted by the enormous power which we in Congress have unwisely entrusted to it. Too often it acts like a Gestapo preying upon defenseless citizens.”

“The Privacy Act, if enforced would be a pretty good thing. But the government doesn’t like it. Government has an insatiable appetite for power, and it will not stop usurping power unless it is restrained by laws they cannot repeal or nullify. There are mighty few laws they cannot nullify.”

Edward M. Kennedy

“The tax system is stacked against the average taxpayer.”

Gary Makovski
Special IRS Agent

“If no information or return is filed, [the]Internal Revenue Service cannot assess you.”
Testifying under oath in U.S. v. Lloyd

Chief Justice John Marshall

“The power to tax involves the power to destroy.”

Daniel J. Mitchell
Economist

“Compare this (40% to 75% total local, State and Federal tax rate) to the plight of medieval serfs. They only had to give the lord of the manor a third of their output and they were considered slaves. So what does that make us?”

Ms. Shirley D. Peterson
former Commissioner of the IRS

“Eight decades of amendments and accretions to the Code have produced a virtually impenetrable maze. The rules are unintelligible to most citizens – Including those who hold advanced degrees and including many who specialize in tax law. The rules are equally mysterious to many government employees who are charged with administering and enforcing the law.

“It is also a known fact that the Internal Revenue Code is a very easily misunderstood area of law, even misunderstood by trained professionals. Judges and lawyers admittedly do not know the tax laws.”
“Tax Policy Lecture” before Southern Methodist University, April 14, 1993

Publication 21

“‘Do you have to file a tax return and pay taxes?’

“Answer:
‘The U. S. income tax system is built on the idea of ‘voluntary compliance.’ This means that it is left to the taxpayer to keep the necessary records, file a return on time, pay any required taxes, and meet any other requirements of the tax law. The system is built on trust in the citizens to know their responsibilities and to do what needs to be done. Taxpayers voluntarily follow the steps the tax system lays out. Failure to do so can result in penalties.

“Two aspects of the Federal Income Tax system – voluntary compliance with the law and self-assessment of tax – make it important for you to understand your rights and responsibilities as a taxpayer. ‘Voluntary compliance’ places on the taxpayer the responsibility for filing an income tax return. You must decide whether the law requires you to file a return. If it does, you must file your return by the date it is due. IRS Publication 21.”

Ronald Reagan

“No nation ever taxed itself into prosperity.”

Pastor Everett Sileven
Faith Baptist Church
Louisville, Nebraska

“God has commanded us to preserve our assets to create an inheritance for our children. With the criminal IRS and other government agencies after our assets at all times, it is difficult to make that preservation.”

Joseph Sobran

“The most successful terrorist organizations on earth are government tax agencies….”

So. Pacific v. Lowe
238 F.847 (1917)

“‘Income,’ as used in the statute should be given the meaning so as not to include everything that comes in. The true function of the words ‘gains’ and ‘profits’ is to limit the meaning of the word ‘income.’”

Paul Strassel
Former IRS Headquarters Agent

“The real point of audits is to instill fear, not to extract revenue; the IRS aims at winning through intimidation and (thereby) getting maximum voluntary compliance.”
Wall Street Journal 1/28/80

United States v. Flora
362 US 145 (1958)

“Our system of taxation is based on voluntary assessment and payment, not upon distraint.”

Voltaire

“In general the art of government consists in taking as much money as possible from one class of citizens to give to the other.”

Johnie M. Walters
IRS Commissioner

“Each year American taxpayers voluntarily file their tax returns and make a special effort to pay the taxes they owe.”
1971 Form 1040 Booklet

The Washington Post

“The IRS’s goal is to increase the rate at which taxpayers voluntarily pay their taxes from the current 82.3% to 90% by 2001.”
Front page, Dec. 2, 1993, IRS Hopes Change


An excise is considered an indirect tax, meaning that the producer or seller who pays the tax to the government is expected to try to recover or shift the tax by raising the price paid by the buyer. Excises are typically imposed in addition to another indirect tax such as a sales tax or value added tax (VAT). In common terminology (but not necessarily in law), an excise is distinguished from a sales tax or VAT in three ways: (i) an excise only applies to these products in the United States:

26 USC Subtitle E – Alcohol, Tobacco, and Certain Other Excise Taxes:

CHAPTER 51—DISTILLED SPIRITS, WINES, AND BEER (§§ 5001–5692)
CHAPTER 52—TOBACCO PRODUCTS AND CIGARETTE PAPERS AND TUBES (§§ 5701–5763)
CHAPTER 53—MACHINE GUNS, DESTRUCTIVE DEVICES, AND CERTAIN OTHER FIREARMS (§§ 5801–5872)
CHAPTER 54—GREENMAIL (§ 5881)
CHAPTER 55—STRUCTURED SETTLEMENT FACTORING TRANSACTIONS (§ 5891)

Reporting Tips From Your Job? 26 USC § 6053 – Reporting of tips Read About It – I think you will find out that the restaurant industry has trapped the servers into serving into the Federal Reserve System. Tips are taxable when they are considered ‘wages’ and then they have three pages with over a thousand words explaining what can be classified as a tip and a wage..

26 USC § 3402 – Income tax collected at source

(d) Tax paid by recipient

If the employer, in violation of the provisions of this chapter, fails to deduct and withhold the tax under this chapter, and thereafter the tax against which such tax may be credited is paid, the tax so required to be deducted and withheld shall not be collected from the employer; but this subsection shall in no case relieve the employer from liability for any penalties or additions to the tax otherwise applicable in respect of such failure to deduct and withhold.

(e) Included and excluded wages

If the remuneration paid by an employer to an employee for services performed during one-half or more of any payroll period of not more than 31 consecutive days constitutes wages, all the remuneration paid by such employer to such employee for such period shall be deemed to be wages; but if the remuneration paid by an employer to an employee for services performed during more than one-half of any such payroll period does not constitute wages, then none of the remuneration paid by such employer to such employee for such period shall be deemed to be wages.

(f) Withholding exemptions

An employee receiving wages shall on any day be entitled to the following withholding exemptions:

(A) an exemption for himself unless he is an individual described in section 151 (d)(2);

(B) if the employee is married, any exemption to which his spouse is entitled, or would be entitled if such spouse were an employee receiving wages, under subparagraph (A) or (D), but only if such spouse does not have in effect a withholding exemption certificate claiming such exemption;

(C) an exemption for each individual with respect to whom, on the basis of facts existing at the beginning of such day, there may reasonably be expected to be allowable an exemption under section 151 (c) for the taxable year under subtitle A in respect of which amounts deducted and withheld under this chapter in the calendar year in which such day falls are allowed as a credit;

(D) any allowance to which he is entitled under subsection (m), but only if his spouse does not have in effect a withholding exemption certificate claiming such allowance; and

(E) a standard deduction allowance which shall be an amount equal to one exemption (or more than one exemption if so prescribed by the Secretary) unless

(i) he is married (as determined under section 7703) and his spouse is an employee receiving wages subject to withholding or

(ii) he has withholding exemption certificates in effect with respect to more than one employer.
For purposes of this title, any standard deduction allowance under subparagraph (E) shall be treated as if it were denominated a withholding exemption.

(2) Exemption certificates

(A) On commencement of employment

On or before the date of the commencement of employment with an employer, the employee shall furnish the employer with a signed withholding exemption certificate relating to the number of withholding exemptions which he claims, which shall in no event exceed the number to which he is entitled.

(3) When certificate takes effect

(A) First certificate furnished

A withholding exemption certificate furnished the employer in cases in which no previous such certificate is in effect shall take effect as of the beginning of the first payroll period ending, or the first payment of wages made without regard to a payroll period, on or after the date on which such certificate is so furnished.

(B) Furnished to take place of existing certificate

(i) In general Except as provided in clauses (ii) and (iii), a withholding exemption certificate furnished to the employer in cases in which a previous such certificate is in effect shall take effect as of the beginning of the 1st payroll period ending (or the 1st payment of wages made without regard to a payroll period) on or after the 30th day after the day on which such certificate is so furnished.

(5) Form and contents of certificate

Withholding exemption certificates shall be in such form and contain such information as the Secretary may by regulations prescribe.

(6) Exemption of certain nonresident aliens

Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (1), a nonresident alien individual (other than an individual described in section 3401 (a)(6)(A) or (B)) shall be entitled to only one withholding exemption.

Interesting Information from the IRS Website

Exemption from Withholding:

If an employee qualifies, Form W-4 is also used by the employee to tell you not to deduct any Federal income tax from his or her wages. To qualify for this exempt status, the employee must have had no tax liability for the previous year and must expect to have no tax liability for the current year. However, if the employee can be claimed as a dependent on a parent’s or another person’s tax return, additional limitations may apply. See the instructions for Form W-4 (PDF). A Form W-4 claiming exemption from withholding is valid for only one calendar year. To continue to be exempt from withholding in the next year, an employee must give you a new Form W-4 claiming exempt status by February 15 of that year. If the employee does not give you a new Form W-4, withhold tax as if he or she is single, with no withholding allowances. However, if you have an earlier Form W-4 (not claiming exempt status) for this employee that is valid, withhold as you did before.

Invalid Form W-4:

Any unauthorized change or addition to Form W-4 makes it invalid. This includes taking out any language by which the employee certifies that the form is correct, material defacing of the form, or any writing on the form other than the entries requested. A Form W-4 is also invalid if, by the date an employee gives it to you, he or she indicates in any way that it is false. When you get an invalid Form W-4, do not use it to determine Federal income tax withholding. Tell the employee that it is invalid and ask for another one. If the employee does not give you a valid one, withhold taxes as if the employee was single and claiming no withholding allowances. However, if you have an earlier Form W-4 for this employee that is valid, withhold as you did before.

Record Keeping Requirements:

After the employee completes and signs the Form W-4, you must keep it in your records. This form serves as verification that you are withholding federal income tax according to the employee’s instructions and needs to be available for inspection should the IRS ever request it. Form W-4 is still subject to review. Employers may be directed (in a written notice or in future published guidance) to send certain Forms W-4 to the IRS. The employer must be able to supply a hardcopy of an electronic Form W-4.

Lock-in Letters:

The IRS uses information reported on Forms W-2, Wage and Tax Statement, to identify employees with withholding compliance problems. In some cases, where a serious under-withholding problem is found to exist for a particular employee, the IRS may issue a notice (commonly referred to as a “lock-in-letter”) to you specifying the withholding rate (marital status) and maximum number of withholding allowances permitted for a specific employee for purposes of calculating the required withholding. The IRS will provide the employee with an opportunity to dispute the determination before you adjust withholding based on the lock-in letter.

The IRS will send a letter to the employee explaining that the IRS will require you to start withholding additional income tax unless the employee contacts the IRS to explain why the employee should not have withholding increased. A toll-free number and address for the unit handling this program will be provided in the letter. As an additional safeguard, you will also receive a notice to provide to the employee.

After the lock-in letter takes effect, you must disregard any Form W-4 that results in less tax withheld, until the IRS notifies you otherwise. However, you must honor any Form W-4 that results in more income tax withheld than at the withholding rate (marital status) and withholding allowances specified in the lock-in letter. Employers who use electronic Form W-4 systems must make sure the employee can not override the lock-in letter to decrease withholding via an electronic Form W-4 system. Lock-in letter provisions also apply to employees rehired within 12 months from the date of the notice.

After the lock-in letter takes effect, if the employee wants to claim complete exemption from withholding or claim a withholding rate, withholding allowances, and additional amount that results in less income tax withheld than the lock-in letter, the employee must contact the IRS. A toll-free number and address for the unit handling this program will be provided in the lock-in letter.

Another Interesting Quote From Leaving IRS Website:

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26 USC § 581 – Definition of bank

For purposes of sections 582 and 584, the term “bank” means a bank or trust company incorporated and doing business under the laws of the United States (including laws relating to the District of Columbia) or of any State, a substantial part of the business of which consists of receiving deposits and making loans and discounts, or of exercising fiduciary powers similar to those permitted to national banks under authority of the Comptroller of the Currency, and which is subject by law to supervision and examination by State, Territorial, or Federal authority having supervision over banking institutions. Such term also means a domestic building and loan association.

26 USC Subtitle C – Employment Taxes

26 USC § 7873 – Income derived by Indians from exercise of fishing rights

(1) Income and self-employment taxes

No tax shall be imposed by subtitle A on income derived—

(A) by a member of an Indian tribe directly or through a qualified Indian entity, or

(B) by a qualified Indian entity,

from a fishing rights-related activity of such tribe.

(2) Employment taxes

No tax shall be imposed by subtitle C on remuneration paid for services performed in a fishing rights-related activity of an Indian tribe by a member of such tribe for another member of such tribe or for a qualified Indian entity.

26 USC § 1441 – Withholding of tax on nonresident aliens

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