We're here for you IF —
- You are not a taxpayer as this term is defined in the Internal Revenue Code, §7701(a)(14) and §1313(b).
- You are not subject to (liable for) any internal revenue tax of the national government of the United States of America.
- You want to assert your constitutional rights pertaining to taxation.
- The IRS denied you your constitutional right to due process of law.
- The IRS denied you your constitutional right to be heard in a meaningful way.
- The IRS proposes to take your property or rights to property without constitutional due process of law.
- You believe the IRS is operating under color of law.
- You want the IRS to meet its burden of proof and not rely merely on presumptions of law.
- As a non-taxpayer, you want the money back that was deducted from your paycheck, but you don't want to use IRS forms.
- The IRS claims you failed to file a federal income tax return, but as a non-taxpayer, you were not required to file.
- The IRS assessed you a $5,000 frivolous return penalty.
- You want the information which the IRS has in its system of records regarding you be lawfully true and accurate.
- The IRS or Department of Justice is initiating a judicial proceeding against you.
Our 2-step Plan of Action
1. DEFEND YOURSELF
- Study the
FIGHT Liens, Levies, and Penalties:
- Learn about IRS procedures in the
Decode your IMF
Stop IRS collection activities until your requests are evaluated
2. FIGHT FOR YOURSELF
FIGHT for your Constitutional rights:
- Notify the IRS of your
Sue the IRS
Stop IRS agents from denying your constitutional rights
- Notify agents of their errors
- Offer an opportunity to correct the errors
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- Exercise our constitutional right to free speech and free association.
- Teach and learn the facts, the law, and the procedures.
- Share our knowledge, experiences, and understanding.
- Learn to defend ourselves in administrative and civil proceedings with the IRS.
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Tax Response Team Disclaimer
This web site is operated for informational and educational purposes only (with a little bit of fun thrown in!). The founders of the Tax Response Team and the editors of this site—
- Are exercising our unalienable right to engage in free and open political discourse concerning the deeds and misdeeds of the governments which comprise the states of the Union, and/or the National government, and/or the Federal government of the United States.
- Are opposed solely to the unlawful and unconstitutional acts of certain elected and appointed government officers and employees. Our concerns focus on acts that are both immoral and unlawful.
- Are not attorneys or licensed tax professionals, nor is the content of this site written by any attorney or licensed tax professional. No tax or legal advice of any kind is offered on this web site. Nowhere on this site will one find false or fraudulent statements about the federal tax laws intending to cause irreparable injury to the United States or to cause a substantial loss of revenue to the United States Treasury. Any incidental loss to the Treasury can be attributed to the conclusions arrived at by visitors to web sites such as this, who have undertaken to read tax laws for themselves and have come to the conclusion that many of those laws are being misapplied in a manner that is both unconstitutional and unlawful.
- Have no control over conclusions that are independently and individually arrived at by users. It is the duty of the citizens of this country to determine if they are "taxpayers" and then take personal responsibility for whatever decision they make.
Nothing on this website is intended to interfere with the proper administration and enforcement of the internal revenue laws, nor can there be found any false, deceptive, or misleading commercial statement regarding the excludability of income that the founders and editors know or have reason to know is false or fraudulent as to any material matter, nor any information pertaining to the organizing or selling of an abusive tax shelter, plan or arrangement that might incite taxpayers to attempt to violate the internal revenue laws, or to unlawfully evade the assessment or collection of their federal tax liabilities, or to unlawfully claim improper tax refunds.