"I just finished reading Cracking the Code yesterday and I must congratulate you on this fine piece of work. I have spent several thousand hours in the law library researching these and other legal issues, and your book is a masterpiece."-Gerald Brown, Ed. D., author of 'Cooperative Federalism' and co-author of 'In Their Own Words'"...the most important book about the federal income tax that I have ever read (and I've read some two dozen in twenty years)..."-Pitman Buck Jr., author of 'The Colossal Fraud of Involuntary Perjury' "Excellent work. You have demystified the most misunderstood and misinterpreted elements of the so-called tax laws so that anyone with an enquiring mind can easily see how these codes have been used to steal American's labor for over fifty years. In particular, I enjoyed your philosophical and ideological commentaries on the nature of law, how it works, and why law must operate the way it was designed..."-Grant Sterling, author of 'Forbidden Property: What You Don't Own Can Hurt You!'Read 'Cracking the Code' and avoid the pitfalls of such expensive- & possibly dangerous- misunderstandings as:
*That the income tax didn't exist, wasn't Constitutional, or was ruled unconstitutional, before the Sixteenth Amendment (or isn't Constitutional now).
*That the Sixteenth Amendment, properly ratified or not, has anything to do with the income tax as it is administered in regard to most private-sector citizens.
* That income only means corporate profits.
*That "United States citizens and residents" can only get "taxable income" from certain listed "sources".
*That filing a 1040 automatically makes one a "taxpayer".
*That "wages" are not income under the revenue laws.
*That FICA and FUTA taxes are not just income taxes.
*That the "subject" of the income tax is never identified in the law.
*That the income tax is connected with the 'Uniform Commercial Code'.
These fallacies, and many more, have arisen because most researchers, even when highly dedicated, make the mistake of looking no deeper than the misleading and legally irrelevant code. Go here for brief comments regarding some of these misunderstandings:http://www.losthorizons.com/tax/Misunderstandings/map.htmfrom the Foreword to 'Cracking the Code- The Fascinating Truth About Taxation In America':It was not until the late 1990?s, when the Internal Revenue Code was digitized (and thus made searchable) that it became possible to decipher its deliberately confusing and misleading construction. Only then could complete searches be done of all 3,413,780 or so words (not counting regulations) for every incidence of ?liable?, ?imposed?, ?income?, ?employee?, and dozens of other key or misleading terms-- checking every reference, exception, definition and source. Only then could it be established that, as written, the laws behind the code and the taxes that they impose technically comply with the Constitution, just as all the judges have said over the years.
But the same analysis also reveals that, as written, these laws don?t apply to most of the receipts of most private citizens. Indeed, the two things are interdependent-- the former couldn't be true unless the latter was also true....More of the forward: http://www.losthorizons.com/tax/Misunderstandings/map.htm
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