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    Get Your Taxes Won

    Thanks to knowledge I've learned from David Merrill & Michael Joseph I have been redeeming lawful money for years now and not paying income taxes on that income. Yet many of us still need to file 1040 tax returns for various reasons. Maybe to refute IRS presumptions, obtain a refund due, or just help family members with their lawful money returns. As I get ready for filing I thought we could have this thread to help (or hinder) each other with this year's filing.

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    Great; i need to file this year too.* Have you considered launching a TWITTER campaign from a pdf file stored on a Google Drive made accessible only by way of a blogspot site?

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    Great idea; the Thread. I have some things to add in a couple days.

    Marcel; I can follow the words but would like to know the objective, and what the expected results might be? I do not Tweet (yet) and that step leaves me a little baffled. I am looking for ways to promote LMT and also my new video:

    http://tinyurl.com/DMVPATROON

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcel View Post
    Great; i need to file this year too.* Have you considered launching a TWITTER campaign from a pdf file stored on a Google Drive made accessible only by way of a blogspot site?
    Like this?

    Check out these search results: https://twitter.com/hashtag/12USC411?s=09

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    http://www.tax-freedom.com/BrokenSystem.pdf

    Another probable cause for Garnishment?
    Last edited by doug555; 03-07-18 at 03:36 AM.

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    Spank you Doug. The objective is national awareness. Most people don't know they can stop paying income taxes by simply not using Federal Reserve currency. Like I did. As they say - So simple a caveman can do it.
    Last edited by marcel; 05-28-18 at 06:07 AM.

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    Yeah, me too. Actually I believe it's so easy a caveman can do it.

    Anyway we should be OK as long as SavingToSuitorsClub doesn't appear in the Google search results for: redeeming lawful money.

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    Lawful money tax return

    Not really that hard. Can show you how I file my lawful money tax return and perhaps you can learn by example.

    We've discovered the US Income Tax is really an indirect tax on the incoming transfer of Federal Reserve notes. An excise tax on FRNs. And you can avoid the excise by avoiding the currency. How? By redeeming lawful money. That's the remedy we speak of. And as David points out "We are beyond the validation this is the correct interpretation of remedy. It is."

    If this is a new concept you might best start learning here at this thread http://savingtosuitorsclub.net/showt...RS-agent-think

    1) DO I NEED TO FILE?
    Start by looking at all the 'information returns' you've received for the year (2017). These would be Forms W-2s and 1099s. When someone submits information returns to the Internal Revenue Service asserting the payment of “income”, such as W-2s or 1099s, the law requires that person to also send copies to you the "payee". The reason for that requirement is to afford the payee notice-- so that he/she can affirm, dispute, and/or correct, such assertions. If the payee does not do one of these things, the IRS will act according to the unchallenged assertions (since they are the only evidence on the record), treat them as correct, and create a tax liability.

    The IRS will assume the total of these information returns is your gross income. Is your gross income above the 2017 threshold for your age and filing status? If so you should file a federal income tax return. For example see here:
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/kellyph...return-in-2017
    someone Single under age 65 with reported income above $10,350 would be required to file; to give a report, an accounting of use of the estate/trust.

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