Correct the W2! Someone made a false claim against me, I need to correct the record. Rebut the claim.

Now that we’re in tax season, it’s important to correct any erroneous claims on W2 and 1099 forms. See sample letter below. Introduction Only do this if thou really knows what this all means. Those still brain-washed might get themselves accused of making ‘frivolous’ claims. So proceed carefully. A frivolous claim is something that contradicts […]

Guest Post: Dealing with state tax board, get new DL with no ‘us citizen’, get passport with no ‘us citizen’

Guest Post RE: FTB [Franchise Tax Board] it’s very important, if you stop filing 540 and FTB is getting 1099s or W2, they will send you a letter. You must send them a letter stating you corrected your citizenship with social security admin. From US citizen to other. You mother signed you up as a […]

Signature-card of bank tries to Shanghai me into U.S. jurisdiction

The bank signature-card–to provide a signature when opening an account–can place one into the U.S. jurisdiction. The form prominently assumes ‘U.S. citizen’ or other ‘U.S. Person’ status. Only in de-emphasized print, below the U.S. citizen area, is there a note for non-resident alien depositors (that’s me!) must complete the W-8 form and not make the […]

‘United States’ is a Federal corporation, says U.S. Code, Title 28

‘United States’ often refers to a Federal corporation. It’s right there in the federal code, in Title 28: 28 U.S. Code § 3002 – Definitions As used in this chapter: (15) “United States” means— (A) a Federal corporation; (B) an agency, department, commission, board, or other entity of the United States; or (C) an instrumentality […]

IRS Jurisdiction – Just Leave Me Alone

Editor’s Notes: I do not know the original title to this book. The footnotes are not formatted. Footnotes occur at the original page breaks. Here is a PDF Version I.          Just leave me alone! (The reasons why you should allow your peace to be disturbed) Nothing upsets me quite as much as the know-it-all who […]