Re:Those of you with wage withholding or tax issues...
> What goldilucks says (below) is that 26 CFR Part 301 applies tofederal and state employees and do not have the force and effect of law.
> Goldilucks is in error.titled "Administrative Rules." 26 CFR Part 301, therefore,
> 26 CFR is called "Treasury Regulations" and 26 CFR Part 301 is
contains the >"administrative rules of the Department of the
Treasury," and they apply to any and all natural and juridical
persons who place themselves >under the legal obligation to obey these
regulations. Becoming a government employee is only ONE of the many ways
of placing one's self >under contract and subjecting themselves to
Part 301. Making one's self entitled to receive federal benefits or
survivor benefits is another way >[5 USC 552a(13)]. Now, please go to
your own bank or savings & loan, and get a copy of the application for
your account. You will most likely >find the information you need right
on the signature card that you voluntarily signed. You don't have to
have the entire bank codes. At the >most, you will only need the
brochure that they have on hand that explains the account procedures.
The signature card or brochure will tell you that when you contract with
the bank to get an account, you are agreeing to abide by the
administrative rules of the department of the >treasury. Can it get any
plainer than this? This is yet another way to become subject to 26 CFR
> Shalom,Bernie does have a point, so I would go and pull my signature card and
> Bernie Besherse
> Skype: paraclete45
make a reservation above my signature stating that only 26CFR part one
regulations will apply. That will remove the presumption and call the
law form. They did not promulgate penalty regs in part one and there is
good reason for that. When they prosecute they are laying "sanctions"
upon you for bad "conduct". Just a little bit militiaristic sounding?