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    IRS "endorses" my redemption

    W-2 worker here, single, over 55, no dependents.....I have had returned to me all of my FIT withholdings by demanding lawful money over the course of the full fiscal year.


    BUT this past year, I took 2 grandkids (6 & 10) in for more than half the year, so filing status changed to "head of household w/ 2 dependents".

    Long story short -- I get a CP12R with the IRS's proposed changes --> low & behold, here's this table of proposed changes on pg 3 which starts out as such:


    Description Your calculations IRS calculations
    Adjusted gross income, Line 37 $0.00 $0.00
    Taxable income, Line 43 0.00 0.00
    Total tax, Line 63 $0.00 $0.00

    Looky right there.....in the right hand column --> IRS CALCULATIONS.......3 TIMES --> ZERO AGI....ZERO TAXABLE INCOME.....ZERO TOTAL TAX......right there on their CP12 form


    I'd say that's some solid confirmation IRS agrees with my 1st hand testimony on their Form 1040 I used.....and that the IRS recognizes redemption.



    One very nice thing I like about redemption is that you completely avoid the Obamacare penalty for lack of being a policy holder of qualified health insurance (I have my Father YHWH's assurance)......which would have been about 650 this year.......and I think more than doubles for this coming 2016FY. Just make sure form 8965 gets 7a-Yes & 7b-No checked and included w/ your 1040.

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    Under Father's health care, the local ER becomes a hospital in the original church sense. Eleemosynary Corporation - an extension of the 508 "church".


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    I may be mistaken but I sense that your journey contains some components, I may be projecting. You have a new understanding of cause and effect. Time is not what you thought before you were redeemed?


    P.S. Once I spent an afternoon picking up cigarette butts around the hospital. I gave the Security office notice so they would not be caught by surprise. A man hung around for a bit wondering what was going on with me - no SSN and all. I thought he was an off duty security guard but he was an ER doctor.
    Last edited by David Merrill; 05-02-16 at 04:53 PM.

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    I remember you posting that novated treatment/consent form a few years back -- gosh, the system loves their paper sooo much, don't they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Merrill View Post
    Time is not what you thought before you were redeemed?
    I no longer have to work as hard. I get to spend time doing what I love to do most - helping others.
    The blessing is in the hand of the doer. Faith absent deeds is dead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Joseph View Post
    I no longer have to work as hard. I get to spend time doing what I love to do most - helping others.

    Time flies when you are having fun!




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    Last edited by David Merrill; 05-04-16 at 03:18 PM.

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    Congratulations ag!

    !!! Fireworks !!! Fanfare !!!

    And cartwheels down the hall !!!

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