A man who beat the state income tax said this:
"In Illinois the tax act IMPOSES a tax on the
privilege--of earning or receiving---as a resident.
Notice: not as a citizen--but as a resident."
(what about those with priveledge who received nothing?
Are they still taxed for their priviledge?)
As for myself, I was convicted in Missouri,
won a new trial on appeal. After refusing
a plea bargain with no jail time, case was
dismissed. Now they are suing me for tax
but Director of Revenue will not answer
interrogatory. She replied to first with no
signature where a notarized signature is
required. I told judge that opened new
questions and got 10 week continuance.
I have not yet complained about lack of
I have a one page report with details for
those who request it.