Re: [tips_and_tricks] Re: [No-Drivers-License] Re: What do you make of this?
- Fill out their form or attach a statement under perjury penalty stating
your marital status, age, and not disabled and list what you believe was
income for the year and what was reported to IRS as income for year.
Attach a power of attorney made to the comm of revenue authorizing him
to prepare and to sign the attached return in your name and behalf
provided he does not waive any of your right by doing so.
By these steps, you eliminate any controversy. this is anti-irs.com
strategy. No point in sacrificing yourself.
You will have to sue for your money. There's a time window between when
you can sue and when your right to sue tolls out.
Moderator/Bear: Do not write the group asking what the "time window" is. Research it out yourself. Posts to the group asking what the "time window" is will be automatically deleted.