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Honest Tax Returns, Part 10, Honor the IRS


(Conditional Offer of Acceptance)

Dear Internal Revenue Service:

I have received your letter dated MM-DD-YYYY, requesting an amount due of $20,975. I hereby offer tender of payment in full according to “Payment Options…Offer in compromise” on page 3 of your letter.

According to the 2017 Tax Table, the tax amount of $20,975 corresponds to a taxable income of $95,000 to 100,000 for a person filing single. Since the taxable income (line 43) is the adjusted gross income (line 38) minus the standard deduction of $6,350 (line 40), it follows that you are claiming my adjusted gross income was between $101,350 and $106,350. I’m pleased to accept your position.

However, my records from 2017 do not reflect the receipt of federal income or gross income, nor any gain derived from the exercise of a federal privilege. Therefore, please send me a statement attesting to my receipt of any such benefit, privilege or other property belonging to the United States, and subject to an Income Tax under the excise laws of the United States. If you don’t have those records, I may also accept a Treasury payment of $101,350 or more, in lieu of the requested proof.

If either of these good-faith and material conditions are honored to the satisfaction of your position, within a reasonable 30-days, then I shall immediately remit payment for the full amount of $20,975. Or in the alternative, the Internal Revenue Service shall render the obligation or subject amount alleged as due, including any interest and fees thereon, to be fully and totally discharged as a matter of Law regarding the tender of payments systematized under the Uniformed Commercial Code, 3-603(b): “If tender of payment of an obligation to pay an instrument is made … and the tender is refused, there is discharge, to the extent of the amount of the tender…”

Very respectfully,
No Duty To Submit,
A Virginian, Sic semper tyrannis,
residing in Prince George County.

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Dear Internal Revenue Service:

I have received your letter dated MM-DD-YYYY, stating that my Honest Tax Return for YYYY claimed “one or more frivolous positions,” and further that “If not immediately corrected, the Internal Revenue Service will assess a $5,000 penalty…” As I wholeheartedly support the lawful enforcement of the Internal Revenue Code, I shall immediately do my best to correct the record. As such, I am providing the following first hand testimony and Information in accordance with 26 U.S.C. § 7434 – fraudulent filing of information returns, using IRS form 3949-A.


The person or business known as BEAR F. WITNESS, claiming Employer Identification Number: 12-3456789 has falsely represented himself as a government unit, performing the functions of a public office.

He has intentionally and erroneously claimed the amounts paid to me and others in order to credit himself with unauthorized 26 U.S.C. § 162 deductions, which were unrelated to any function of a public office.

He has made multiple erroneously filings against many people, continuously over several years, using similarly methods, and targeting a similar group of victims, thus constituting a prima facie pattern of racketeering.

He has retained, hired, organized and colluded with persons in contract with government to perfect, expand and conceal his methods of entrapping, coercing, defrauding and stealing from the people, our labor and substance.

He has conspired with his agents to falsify documents of unsubstantiated income and benefits, thus deceiving his victims into tontine schemes and compulsory insurance vehicles, which further impoverishes the people and our posterity.

In short, I have good-faith and material reason to believe that BEAR F. WITNESS has 1) Falsified Documents, 2) Claimed False Deductions, 3) Claimed Unsubstantiated Income, 4) Made Multiple Erroneous Filings, 5) Engaged in Organized Crime with Conspiracy to Defraud, 6) Involving Kickbacks or other Conflicts of Interest, and possibly involving Public/Political Corruption.

In particular and specifically, BEAR F. WITNESS has falsely accused me of being an officer, employee, or elected official of the United States, and of having received federal income or benefits which is subject to excise. Therefore, if I am erroneously assessed $5,000 as result of his false accusation, then I shall bring suit according to 26 U.S. Code § 7434 – Civil damages for fraudulent filing of information returns against BEAR F. WITNESS, and any other party conspiring to aid and abet his falsification under 18 U.S. Code § 1622 – Subornation of perjury, and other similar criminal statutes.

Please see attached IRS Form 3949-A: Information Referral to report the suspected tax law violations.

Very respectfully,
No Duty To Submit,
A New Hampshirite, Live free or die,
residing in Cheshire County.



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