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7343RE: [tips_and_tricks] IRS loses in court

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  • DMiner
    Feb 1, 2005
      John --

      Under normal circumstances, I totally agree with you.

      However, I have successfully refuted the IRS summons for dozens of clients
      based on several fraudulent errors in the individual's IMF, and not one of
      my clients has ever has the IRS pursue them in court. The IRS ONLY issues a
      summons to those individuals whose IMF indicates they are a business and NOT
      an individual.

      The summons, and all other collections attempts, results from false and
      fraudulent entries in the Individual Master File.

      Yours in freedom,

      Dave Miner
      HYPERLINK "http://www.FreedomSite.net"www.FreedomSite.net


      From: John Wilde [mailto:jpwilde@...]
      Sent: Monday, January 31, 2005 2:43 PM
      To: tips_and_tricks@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: Re: [tips_and_tricks] IRS loses in court

      Yes the fifth amendment is implicated. However, you're better off
      appearing, once you are served with the summons, and invoking the fifth on a
      question by question basis. If you do it then, the likelihood of the IRS
      requesting that the DOJ bring the enforcement action, or even if requested
      by the IRS having the DOJ bringing the enforcement action are significantly
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