Posted by B. Morris on March 10, 1998 at 13:35:24:
In Reply to: Re: State Sales Tax posted by Ross on March 07, 1998 at 21:16:04:
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: : Greetings,
: : I mentioned many months ago in an earlier posting that my wife and I and the business we manage that is owned by a so called "pure trust" was being investigated by the Colorado Department of Revenue for not charging, collecting and paying state sales tax.
: : Well guess what? They are filing criminal charges against us and nothing against the Trust.
: : The above violation of a C.R.S is a class 5 felony in this state, with a maximum of 1-3 years and a fine of $1,000 to $100,000.
: : I could take up a lot of space in telling you how stupid I was to buy into some of the Patriot fairy-tales that led to our current situation, but I won't waste your time.
: : It is amazing how anxious people are to convince you of the latest rehtoric, but as soon as trouble comes they are nowhere to be found.
: : Once again as I try to figure out my next move. The future in this case looks gloomy(at least according to the people I've talked to; ie. Rommel School of Law, Bill Conklin,Justice Team One,Dennis Posley(our trustee! !)
: : Funny, some people sure make it sound easy before the fact. I doubt anyone out there can help, so I won't ask.
: : My advise to anyone who reads this is to consider all possible aspects of the choice ahead and count the costs well before you proceed.
: : B. Morris
Thanks for the info.
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