State Income Tax
- Sounds perfect. Just two more questions: Has anyone had luck with
For one thing luck comes from Lucifer; something you shouldn't want to talk about or be involved in. For another, legal maneuvers should be made with logic and reason, and in particular, the approval of Jahweh. I wasn't to long ago I posted to the list about conditional acceptances with two web pages where you could read up on the procedure. Yes, I've heard a lot of good things about "conditional acceptances."
Is there a particular format or form to use for the letter?
No there's not. You just need to be confidently lead by the Holy Spirit. Unless Jahweh helps you nothing will work. See Psalm 127:1,
"Except the Jahweh build the house, they labour in vain that build it: except the Jahweh keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain."
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Legalbear" <bear@f...> wrote:
> About a year ago received from the IRS CP-515 and replied with the
> appropriate responses. Have now received from the Colorado State
> Dept. of Rev. their same basic letter: Icome paid to you year
> 1999.... have not received a return..... Anyone lead me in the
> right direction?
> Read the state income tax statutes. You'll find there that you
> state income tax and are required to file a state income tax return
> you were required to file a federal tax return. I'd write them back
> using a conditional acceptance saying in substance, pursuant to 00-
> CRS I will file a state return if you can prove I needed to file a
> federal return. Bear
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