The Pros And Cons Of Income Tax

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Most people during the time I was learning about taxation in the 1980s, freaked out when confronted with the IRS. The IRS acted out similar to the Gestapo from Germany and confiscated everything people owned. Individuals were unable to defend themselves from the IRS. The IRS motto is, you are guilty until proven innocent, and in the meanwhile they confiscate your bank accounts, properties, and leave you destitute. Without funding to hire an attorney to defend yourself, the individual is helpless. Please do not misunderstand me, I do not believe in income tax evasion. I do believe in paying lawful taxes, not unlawful taxes. After my dealings with the IRS, I became determined to help other people avoid a collision with the IRS (Bobby).
Income tax is not unconstitutional, that is where we having legal illusion, by misrepresenting what income tax is. Bob, then had me reference what the difference between an artificial person and a real person is. What I found is an artificial person is not a natural person, it is a corporation, and the real person is the individual person. He then had me reference Article 1 section 8, Article 1 section 9, and Amendment 16. To my surprise, the following is what I learned. Article 1 section 8 says,
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This tax was voluntary and was put into place for the war effort along with bonds. When the war ended people could file a return to get their money back without interest. The government later asked the people to not ask for their money back, to rebuild after the war. Most people are patriotic and agreed to this voluntary contribution. The victory tax was converted in 1946, people were asked if they could give a portion of their wages. The tax was so small that people said yes. Then the government invented the W-4 form, this form turned into an income tax mandate. Today, we cannot prove that taxation is illegal due to the W-4 form because this form is a waiver which gives away your rights
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