--- kasgs300 <kasgs300@...
> I thought these decisions were interesting and would
> like your in put on
In each instance, it appears that the 'loser' has
already admitted to being a taxpayer, for only a
taxpayer would appeal to that spider-trap called
Each was dead meat before any attempt to get remedy.
One had already been convicted, which admits (s)he
had no clue how to fight tax court, and trying to
get another court to help out is fruitless.
The key to winning is avoiding being a taxpayer. Once
anyone signs on any tax form dotted line, all rights
are waived, and the IRS is in lock and load status
for whenever any taxpayer tries to stray from their
It is a waste of time to read about losers in tax
court. Read about those who beat/defeat the IRS.
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