Posted by Steven Pattison on October 07, 1997 at 01:38:45:
In Reply to: Re: Affidavit of truth. Re: IRS. posted by Kevin Haydel on October 01, 1997 at 08:13:39:
To my friends and family,
I have reviewed the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) volume 1 and 2, and you will notice that each of the following Sections defines "United States" differently. My initial question was why does the IRC define "United States" differently, period. The following can be documented by reviewing the IRC, which you can find in any city library.
Turn to Employment taxes, Chapters 21 through 25 of Subtitle C of the Code. You will see Sec. 3121 Definitions listed under Chapter 21 -- Federal insurance contribution act. Sec. 3121(b) Employment; takes over eleven pages and has some key words in it, 'within the United States' and 'outside United States'. Now turn to 3121(e), it reads as follows -- 'state%2
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