On Sat, 8 May 2004 21:33:52 -0400 Dave Miner writes: Wayne -- ... I am listed in the IRS files as a non-filer. The IRS cannot by
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, May 9, 2004
On Sat, 8 May 2004 21:33:52 -0400 "Dave Miner" <dminer@...>
I am listed in the IRS files as a non-filer.
The IRS cannot by law contact a non-filer and request any info at all, much
less pursue them for unpaid taxes.
***I often use the two cases you cite as I
reference myself as a "non-taxpayer", but where in the "law" is that no
contact of "non-filers" found?
If you use a Freedom of Information Act request to get your
IMF, you will discover that the IRS has you listed as a taxpayer. You
must then challenge that designation effectively, and then you will be
bothered by the IRS no longer.
***I have never been effective at
challenging "errors" on my IMF, what is the key there? Being
recognized by the IRS as a "non-taxpayer" would seem to be more
important/permanent that being recognized within their "taxpayer" information
system as a "non-filer" - unless the "non-filer" term is the IRS computer
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