More Victories For The Rule Of Law- Page Fifty
Tens of thousands of readers of 'Cracking the Code- The Fascinating Truth About Taxation In America' have taken control of their own resources, in accordance with, and respect for, the law. The likely total amount reclaimed by these good Americans so far is upward of several billion dollars.
A few of these good American men and women-- such as those honored below-- are generous enough to send me the evidence of their victories in upholding the law, for the edification and inspiration of everyone. At the moment those shared refund checks, closing notices, and so forth total:
The return producing this victory for 2013 can be seen here.
The handwritten notes are Todd's... The filing that produced this victory can be seen here.
Ben chose to not claim FICA withholdings back on this filing for reasons of his own. The filing that produced this refund of everything else withheld can be seen here.
The filing that produced this complete refund can be seen here.
Both of these victories resulted from amended returns correcting older pre-CtC-education filings.
Joe and Joslyn
George's money was diverted to an alleged outstanding liability for a different year, as shown below, but this is a nice demonstration of the fact that even erroneous filings made late can be corrected and turned into victories.
Note that 6 of the above credits are identified as being of 'CVL PEN'-- the IRS designation for "frivolous penalties"-- which had been asserted by the service on each of a batch of filings Scott made all at the same time in early 2005 after becoming CtC-educated.
Steven's story is interesting-- he says he works for the US Army, but in a special category of workers that is excepted from "employee/wage" status. Apparently the Department of Treasury agrees, since his refund had some very specific fussing-over and delay before being issued, and also must be presumed to have gone through the gauntlet like all CtC-educated filings... See his filing for this complete refund here.
This is Rob's second victory in as many months (his complete federal refund for 2013 was issued in July and is posted above). See the filing leading to Rob's latest victory here.
Nathan and Lynda Cooley
Here is the filing that produced this complete refund, in relevant part (Nathan and Lynda didn't send the first page of their 1040, which, as is obvious by what appears on the second page, would have been superfluous). The IRS briefly tried to get around this educated claim by issuing these little screamers, but immediately backed-down after being sent this.
Even in the face of the requirements of the law, the junkyard dog is still trying to play its losing hand in a few cases-- particularly where amended returns, in which the filer necessarily disputes his or her own previous testimony, are concerned. Significantly, not once in any of these efforts to discourage or stonewall a proper filing does the government actually challenge or dispute the accuracy of what is revealed in 'Cracking the Code-...'
Despite the fact that those whose victories are on display here did nothing but insist that the law be applied as it is written, they did so in the face of fearful threats and cunning disinformation from the beneficiaries of corruption. Their actions took great courage and commitment, and I salute them all.
“God grants liberty only to those who love it, and are always ready to guard and defend it.”
NOTE: Whether any given individual is entitled to a refund depends on a number of different factors, and no one should presume that they are so entitled simply because they see that others are. Each person should educate himself or herself about the particulars of the law, and make his or her own determination in this regard.
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NOTE: The documents displayed on this and any linked pages, and any associated comments, are posted with the permission and cooperation of the upstanding Americans with whom they are concerned.
When a return is posted in connection with any refund or other responsive document, it is complete-- that is, what is posted is EVERYTHING filed as a return in connection with that refund or document, unless otherwise indicated.