Re: IRS Fraud

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Posted by John In California on March 01, 1998 at 18:08:44:

In Reply to: Re: IRS Fraud posted by New Kind on the Block on February 28, 1998 at 20:06:32:

: I understand stand your delima, I to have a similar
problem with my spouse. I do not bring up the subject
and as long as she has money in here purse and the IRS
leaves her alone I'm able to proceed with the fight. My
children are grown which makes it easier to battle,
You on the other hand have a small ones, and a partner,
I can not tell you how to proceed, try and get here involved
with your studies and corresponde with your congressman,enlist his
help if possible.if she is affraid as my spouse is, it is
a tough battle, you have to make that decission as your
faith and concience dictates.

About your bank, close your accountif it carries a ss#
open a non interest bearing account or use money orders
B of A for one has opened accounts without a SS#
in my area.

Read the information At www. and at the
law libary.

as for your w4 I have no answer your are a government employee
but remember section 61 the source.

leins and levys here are some section you should look at
26 sec. 6331(a)
26 sec 7403
PL 96-511 sec 3152;5 CFR ch 3 sec.1320.7(c) (1)
5 CFR ch 3 sec 1320.3(a) (1) (2) (b) (c)
26 USC subtitle E and 27 CFR sec.70
SECTIONS you might bring the to attention of your bank
26USC sec 6321/6331is not valid under 26 USC 6323 (b) (1)
look at 26 USC 6321 (h) (4) and
15 USC sec 77

There is no right or wrong decission, only the
one that makes you feel right with God, will be right for you.

Freedom is tough to keep and easy to lose.

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