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Lone accountant takes on IRS and wins

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posted on Aug, 25 2008 @ 05:16 AM
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Lone accountant takes on IRS and wins


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It took seven years, but Charles Ulrich did something many people dream about, but few succeed at: He beat the IRS in a tax dispute.

Not only that, but tax experts say potentially millions of other taxpayers could benefit from his victory.

The accountant from Baxter, Minn., challenged the method the IRS has used for more than 20 years to tax shares and cash distributed by mutual life insurance firms to their policyholders when they reorganize as public companies.

A federal court recently agreed with his interpretation.
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posted on Aug, 25 2008 @ 05:16 AM
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It's a small win, but a win nonetheless. Next step: bringing up the fact that the 16th amendment was never legally ratified, and making THAT main stream news.

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posted on Aug, 25 2008 @ 05:22 AM
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oh great news indeed!! let's hope this gets the ball rolling! it's about time someone step up to the plate!



posted on Aug, 25 2008 @ 06:01 AM
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Originally posted by scientist


It's a small win, but a win nonetheless. Next step: bringing up the fact that the 16th amendment was never legally ratified, and making THAT main stream news.

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The 16th Amendment WAS legally ratified.

Your trying to use a bad argument.

The true issue is weather or not Title 26 of the Internal revenue code meets the constitutional requirement of apportionment.

There are 3 types of taxes:

Direct: These are your property taxes and they are set by jurisdiction which means by an area or APPORTIONED. (You can freely move to another jurisdiction to pay a lower tax)

Excise: These are sales taxes and again are set by jurisdictions. Thusly they are APPORTIONED or spread evenly. You can, move or go to another jurisdiction to pay a lower tax.

Capitation tax: This is a tax on individuals. This tax is determined by the income of an individual and thusly does not meet the constitutional requirement of Apportionment.

Fighting the Tax court is an effort in futility.

Go read the plaque on the wall of your local IRS building.

"The goal of the Internal Revenue Service is to ensure the highest degree of voluntary compliance with the tax laws of the United States"


The questions is weather or not you are a "taxpayer" as that term is defined in the Internal Revenue Code. Specifically title 26 section 60012. It is up to YOU to determine your tax liability..not your employer and not even the IRS can determine your liability.


Besides, you cant file a Tax return without waiving your fifth amendment right to self incrimination.

You wont win fighting anything is Tax court as they throw out all challenges as frivolous. You just have to find out your liability and once you determine that than you can choose your course of action. I have NEVER filed my taxes and have earned plenty of money....and the IRS is nothing more than a paper tiger.

They busted Wesley Snipes because he LIED on his returns....



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