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  • mobinem@aol.com
    Here is the silver bullet, check it out. Title 26 has nothing to do with the INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, it only applies to THE INTERNAL REVENUE. The give away
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      Here is the silver bullet, check it out.
       
      Title 26 has nothing to do with the INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, it only applies to THE INTERNAL REVENUE.
       
      The give away is in Title 26 section 7802 (b)(1)(c)
      7802 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE OVERSIGHT BOARD
      (b)(1)(c) one member shall be the Commissioner of the Internal Revenue.
      Hence, The Internal Revue Code not The Internal Revenue Service Code.
       
      The Internal Revenue and the Internal Revenue Service are two separate and distinct entities.
       
      The Internal Revenue is a government agency and is under the scope of Title 26.
       
      Internal Revenue Service is a private for profit corporation and is under the scope of Title 15.
       
      If you look up Internal Revenue Service in the Index of Title 26 you will discover it is only mentioned in a few sections. None of which have anything to do with determining the tax, they only deal with governance, collection and the like.
       
       


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