Do not use Non-Interest Bearing Bank Accounts to hide money from IRS
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Do not be so quick to believe that your experience will also be the
experience of others.
It is a wise rule to assume that anything with a SSN attached will be
discoverable by the IRS. However, it is general practice for the IRS to
look within 50 miles of your address for SSN-related accounts. Usually the
IRS will not look to other states for your money, regardless of SSNs. No
guarantee, but that is the general practice of the IRS.
Also, some banks simply do not honor a Notice of Federal Tax Lien, because
the bank knows the document is bogus absent a court order. Ask the branch
manager about his/her practice related to the Notice -- the bank will
usually be free in telling you about its policy.
And I don't know your problem with trusts. I have been using and selling
business trusts (unincorporated business trust organizations) for almost 15
years, and I have NEVER had any problem with the IRS for me or any of my
hundreds of clients.
Yours in freedom,
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