Is Federal Income Tax Withholding Necessary? (How do you get help?)
No wonder you are confused!
There are near 4 million words in the tax code! (The King James Authorized Bible has 783,137 words)
Who can help you fix your tax problems?One of the biggest problems is that the IRS uses it's own secret definitions of keywords and that causes you think, "You might be included as one who has to keeps records for the federal government and pays its taxes." --
Why the 4 million words in the manual for the IRS tax code?Do you think that there is some encryption in this massive IRS manual to keep you from knowing the truth?
Below is an excerpt taken from the IRS government website
"Salaries, wages, or any other pay for personal services (referred to collectively as wages) paid to nonresident alien (NRA) employees are subject to graduated withholding in the same way as for U.S. citizens and residents if the wages are effectively connected with the conduct of a U.S. trade or business."
Copied from the government website: https://www.irs.gov/individuals/taxpayers/federal-income-tax-withholding
Note: The words: “being engaged in a trade or business” means you run a government office, according to the tax code.
- Is the IRS trying to convince you that you owe taxes?
- Do you have a salary?
- Do you make wages?
- Do you receive any other pay for personal services?
- If you do not receive a salary, wages or personal remuneration from a government office then you do not owe income taxes to the federal government.
- How and when is income taxable?
- To whom is it taxable?
Court Case/ House ruling: Morse Hubbard, Treasury Department Legislative Drafts man, House Congressional Record, March 27 1943, page 2580: “The income tax... is an excise tax with respect to certain activities and privileges... the income is not the subject of the tax."
Doesn't it make your head swim trying to figure out exactly what the federal income tax withholding regulations were trying to cover up?
How can they say in so many words -- without exactly telling you that "unless you work for the federal government you do not owe any federal income tax."
- You owe no federal income tax --
Unless you work directly for the federal government and receive a salary, income, or wages.
Unless you own a business that has contracts selling directly to the federal government, only then will you fill out forms and may pay taxes.
- If you go to the Pete Hendrickson's website - www.losthorizons.com you will see that thousands of taxpayers are getting full refund checks from the IRS.
- They do not have to hire a tax attorney or spend any extra money besides buying one book: Cracking the Code
- You can look at many examples of what other people are doing to receive full refund checks from the IRS. click here: http://losthorizons.com/tax/MoreVictories52.htm
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