2014: A List Of 97 Taxes Americans Pay Every Year

If you are like most Americans, paying taxes is one of your pet peeves.  The deadline to file your federal taxes is coming up, and this year Americans will spend more than 7 billion hours preparing their taxes and will hand over more than four trillion dollars to federal, state and local governments.  Americans will fork over nearly 30 percent of what they earn to pay their income taxes, but that is only a small part of the story.  As you will see below, there are dozens of other taxes that Americans pay every year.  Of course not everyone pays all of these taxes, but without a doubt we are all being taxed into oblivion.  It is like death by a thousand paper cuts.  Our politicians have become extremely creative in finding ways to extract money from all of us, and most Americans don’t even realize what is being […] Read More

USDC To Hear 16th Amendment Fraud Issue

DOJ Lawsuit Against Bill Benson Backfires Twenty-five years ago Bill Benson, a former Illinois Department of Revenue investigator, began a cross-country trip across the forty-eight states that comprised the Union in 1913 seeking documentary evidence regarding the ratification of the 16th Amendment. This was a most important undertaking, because the government uses the 16th Amendment as its sole authority to tax an individual’s wages and salaries. During his two-year trip, Benson collected thousands of certified legal documents from both state and federal archives documenting exactly how the 16th Amendment was acted on by each state legislature and handled by the office of the Secretary of State for the United States. In the end, Benson had assembled an irrefutable mountain of evidence showing that during the final days of the William Howard Taft administration in 1913, the 16th Amendment was fraudulently declared by the U.S. Secretary of State, Philander Knox, to […] Read More

AFFIDAVIT

AFFIDAVIT (Establishing my “exempt” status with respect to Federal income taxes pursuant to 26USC 3402(n) To: ______________________________________________ (Employer’s name) Date_______________ This is my sworn affidavit, submitted pursuant to Section 3402(n) of the Internal Revenue Code (reproduced below), certifying that: 1. I incurred no liability for income tax imposed under subtitle A for the preceding taxable year. 2. I anticipate I will incur no liability for income tax imposed under subtitle A for the current taxable year; and 3. I had a right to a full refund of any and all amounts withheld for both years. You can see by checking my statement against the law itself that I have fulfilled all the requirements contained in the law. The law makes it perfectly clear that “not withstanding any other provision of this section… (i.e. Section 3402(n) that you”…..shall not be required to deduct and withhold any tax…” from my wages […] Read More

AFFIDAVIT OF REVOCATION AND RESCISSION

AFFIDAVIT OF REVOCATION AND RESCISSION   I, _____________________________, of ______________________________________ , being duly sworn and affixing my signature to this document, do hereby make the following statement of fact, and affirm: 1. That I was unaware that a completed, signed, and submitted “Form 1040” or “income tax return” and a “W-4” “Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate”, the authorization document that allows an employer to withhold a worker’s money from his pay, are voluntarily executed instruments which could be used as prima facie evidence against me in criminal trials and civil proceedings to show that I had voluntarily waived my constitutionally secured rights and that I had voluntarily subjected myself to the federal income/excise tax, to the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code, and to the authority of the Internal Revenue Service (hereafter referred to as the IRS) by signing and thereby affirming under penalty of perjury that I was in effect […] Read More

2004: The IRS has an Income Tax Problem

January 19, 2004 The IRS has an Income Tax problem. Tens of millions of Americans no longer file the form 1040. Why is that? Well, besides the fact that government consumes 40 percent of the fruits of our labor and people sometimes have to make a choice between feeding their families or feeding Uncle Sam; people are tired of IRS abuses, lack of candor about the law and the need for true due process when American¹s interact with the IRS. The greatest abuse being the IRS’s and our elected officials refusal to tell the people what law makes them liable to pay the Individual Income tax. This silence on the part of our elected officials is responsible for the mood of distrust and ever growing suspicion of government at all levels. This is exactly what the IRS hoped to avoid when it came out with the kinder, gentler version of the IRS […] Read More