This landmark federal appellate court decision was clear in its ruling that legal non-taxpayers do exist and, further, that revenue laws do not apply to legal non-taxpayers. The full decision of this court ruling can be read by going to the Resource Center of our website and viewing the PDF file located in the Documents section.
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As the idea of the 16th Amendment was germinating inside the halls of the National Government in the year 1909, newly elected President William H. Taft wrote a letter to Congress expressing the intent and basic framework of an income tax proposal. He recognized that the decision in the Pollock v. Farmers' Loan & Trust Co. case back in 1895 expressly denied the National Government a power to levy an income tax unless it was apportioned among the States according to population. A clever Ivy League-trained lawyer, he found a way to create an amendment regarding an income tax that passed constitutional muster and respected the Supreme Court's decision in the Pollock case. The amendment was passed as a tax on the National Government itself, meaning the people that worked for the National Government (by choice), used Federal property, or those who were born in a U.S. Territory, like, say, Puerto Rico.
Other videos in our Series regarding this topic:
Revocation of Election:
How can the Federal Income Tax be voluntary?:
The duality of the meaning of the term ‘United States:’
U.S. Supreme Court decisions on the Federal Income Tax:
There have been many attempts by politicians at creating a Federal Income Tax in the grand history of the United States. Notably, the Income Tax Act of 1894 was struck down the following year by the U.S. Supreme Court. In 1909, President Taft and Congress tried again but avoided the Rule of Apportionment. They succeeded at was creating the 16th Amendment, but it contains the obvious limitation that, since it avoided the Rule of Apportionment, it must only be applicable within the statutory ‘United States,’ which is the District of Columbia and U.S. Territories. That basic fact hasn't changed in the 100+ years since the creation of the 16th Amendment, despite the continued belief by many that they are obligated to file and pay every year.
Other videos pertinent to this topic--
The duality of meaning of the term ‘United States’
Jurisdiction and the Federal Income Tax
Revocation of Election: The Key to Exit the U.S. Tax Club
How can the Federal Income Tax be voluntary?
Are you a U.S. Citizen?
Overcoming the fear of the U.S. government
The Internal Revenue Service have begun sending out CP508C letters revoking existing U.S. passports in response to a purported "seriously delinquent tax debt." This video dives into the law surrounding this sneaky bit of legislation and how you can fight back if you are a Constitutional U.S. Citizen and NOT a statutory ‘U.S. Citizen.’
Links to other videos mentioned here:
Jurisdiction & The Federal Income Tax -- http://youtu.be/SLqOswomVig
The Birth & Death of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 -- https://youtu.be/VIz9lIkzbgo
Who are non-resident alien individuals? -- https://youtu.be/BgUhpAHftV8
Are you a U.S. Citizen? -- https://youtu.be/tW-8mZ220ew
The Revocation of Election: The key to exit the U.S. Tax Club -- http://youtu.be/hNzRBV43skY
We encourage the use of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin to maximize your financial privacy. To view more videos, please see all the links listed at our Resource Center -- http://www.weissparis.com/resource.html.
It might surprise a number of private-sector employers to learn that there is actually no requirement to withhold a portion of an American National employee's paycheck for the Federal Income Tax.
instead of insisting on a Form W-4, the accurate form for American Nationals (Nonresident Alien Individuals in government speak) is Form 8233, which exempts American Nationals from backup withholding.
The Birth & Death of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954
Are you a Nonresident Alien?
The Revocation of Election Process
The Federal Income Tax and The Private-Sector Employer: Part 1
The Federal Income Tax and The Private-Sector Employer: Part 2
Employee Withholding in Private-Sector Corporate Jobs
The duality of meaning in the term ‘United States’
Are you a U.S. Citizen?
The Internal Revenue Code of 1954 (what is now called Title 26 in use today) was enacted on August 16, 1954, but according to wording within the piece of legislation, ended on the same day of enactment. Weiss+Associates delves into the reasons why Congress would enact a law that ceased to exist the very day it began – a stillborn law.
So, are you ready to move forward by first funding your cryptocurrency account and moving money around to different accounts? Let us help.
While we encourage the use of Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) and Litecoin (LTC), we'll use Bitcoin in this video as an example. Ethereum and Litecoin work basically the same way, but for clarity we'll begin with BTC.
And as most of our clients are located in the United States, we'll use a crypto exchange that deals with Americans. We'll use Coinbase – http://www.coinbase.com.
Below are links to other videos mentioned:
Revocation of Election – http://youtu.be/hNzRBV43skY
The How Cryptocurrencies complement the Revocation of Election process – https://youtu.be/YT8M-Zkw8SM
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Weiss+Associates is a European-based consultancy firm specializing in the U.S. Federal Income Tax. We offer solutions for American Nationals to protect their individual sovereignty, and we also assist those who wish to exit the U.S. Tax Club via the exit door provided by the U.S. Congress. In addition, Weiss+Associates knows how to defeat IRS enforcement actions such as liens and levies using the U.S. Tax Court with no need to hire an attorney or appear in court.