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When do I Stop Paying Taxes


Today have been asked to answer the question “At what age do you stop paying income taxes.”

The answer is: “it depends.”   What does it depend on? Now that’s the real question.

In my last article I outlined basically the 5 things that can genuinely because someone to be subject to the federal income tax in America. It is primarily centered around either living in Washington DC, working for the federal government, engaging in a federal program, or receiving money from a corporation that is based in Washington DC.

If none of these things apply to you then neither does the federal income tax law. I bet you didn’t know that the federal income tax law was repealed on the same day it was enacted August 16, 1954. Today people pay the federal income tax without any idea that they most likely do not owe it.

This is all done by misinformation, deception, trickery and straight out lies. Once you volunteering to the tax system however your in and getting out is a tricky situation. It’s best left to professionals. I suggest if you work in the private sector and no longer wished to legally and lawfully rid yourself of ever having to pay income taxes that you contact us at our website: http://endtaxes4ever.com/

the law is the law and everyone has to follow it. Not just you and me but also the IRS as well. What the tax law says is that unless you fall into 1 of the categories above you don’t owe the tax.  So why should you keep paying it?

Contrary to popular belief we receive no benefits whatsoever. The money to build roads and other infrastructure does not come from paying federal income taxes. This is a lie that’s been perpetrated on the people since the inception of federal income taxes in order to make you feel good about paying them.

So once again, check out our website at https://endtaxes4ever.com/

thank you for reading this article

The end taxes forever team

Is a Tax Refund Income


I’ve been asked time and time again about tax refunds, how long does it take for the tax agencies to issue them, is a tax refund income, how can I make sure I end up getting a refund instead of having to pay in each year.   Today I will discuss these questions.

  1. How long does it take to get a refund?  The answer is “it depends.”  What determines how long it takes?  A lot to things from the time of year you send it in, to the workload of the tax agency amongst other factors. What can you do if you haven’t received your federal income tax refund and it’s been more than 6 weeks? Simple, go to https://www.irs.gov/refunds and you can track the status of your refund.   If your refund request is not for the current tax year you will have tocall in and I suggest you do so early in the morning, preferably as soon as they open their call in lines.

  2. How can you make sure you end up getting a refund each year instead of having to pay in?  Again, the answer is “it depends.” Conventional wisdom dictate that lowering your exemptions on your W9 would insure that the maximum amount of withholdings is taken out of your paycheck each week. However, the question really is do you owe the tax in the first place? In order to determine that you must first ask yourself a few question:  1. Do you live in Washington DC. 2. Do you work for the federal government. 3. Is your money derived from a federal source. 4. Did you participate in any federal programs in the tax year in question. 5. Did the money you earned in any given year come from a Washington DC based corporation.  If the answer to all of these questions is no the chances are you do not owe federal income tax.

  3. Is a tax refund income? The short answer is no. Tax refunds from either federal or state sources are not taxable income because they’ve already been taxed and the refund is a repayment of your overpaying on taxes.   However, as I stated above the chances are if you’re in the private sector that you don’t owe any taxes that all.

Want to find out more?  Visit our website at https://endtaxes4ever.com/ and drop us a line at endtaxesforever@protonmailed.com 

When Can I Stop Filing Taxes

I often have people ask me “When can I stop filing taxes.” Well, that depends is always my answer. There are a right and a wrong way to do it.  I always advocate the right way, of course.

At end taxes forever we have a completely legal way to exit out of the federal income tax system forever. Yes, you heard that right. The federal tax code has a provision that allows you to exit any and all liability related to paying taxes.

In order to do this you must first: not have any liens or outstanding balances owed to the federal tax agency. We can prepare the required document for you to cut the nexus between you and the IRS once and for all and then prep your tax returns for the next 2 tax years for you as well…

After that you will have removed yourself from the tax system for good. So the question How can I stop filing taxes, is a bit more complicated than you might think but it is doable.

On top of that we not only help you to stop filing taxes but we can also go back 3 tax years (current plus two previous) and assist in getting refunds if you paid into the system.

A lot of people do not believe this is possible but when I ask those people why they pay federal income taxes they give me blank stares!  The reality is people pay income taxes for one of a very few reasons and at the top of the list is fear and because they were taught to do so by their parents, who also don’t know why they pay either.

So it is because of mental conditioning and propaganda that Americans pay 25%-35% of their hard earned money to the government. What if I were to tell you that you NEVER owed federal income taxes but simply volunteered to pay them?

You might say I was crazy, but I prove it to my clients by showing it to them in black and white. One thing is for sure and cannot be disputed, nearly everyone who pays, by far the vast majority of Americans DO NOT OWE but are unknowingly volunteering to pay the federal income tax out of ignorance.

Want to learn how you can LEGALLY stop filing your taxes?  Drop us a line at endtaxes4ever@protonmail.com and visit our website https://endtaxes4ever.com/

Until next time,

The end taxes 4 ever team

What is taxable income? Part 3 of 3

Income That Is NOT Taxable
Below are some more examples of propaganda that is fed to the masses, which is all designed to promote your “compliance” with their non-existent law.

For example they would have you believe the following are Types of income that are not subject to Federal tax may include the following:

  • Gifts and inheritances
  • Life insurance proceeds
  • Child support
  • Certain Veteran’s benefits
  • Insurance reimbursements for medical expenses not previously deducted
  • Some welfare payments
  • Compensatory damages for personal physical injury or illness
  • Workers’ compensation
  • Some qualified pension distributions for Public Safety Officers

For more information, please see IRS Publication 525, Taxable and Nontaxable Income.

Self-Employment Income

Self-employment tax (also called “SE tax”) is a Social Security and Medicare tax aimed mainly at individuals who are self-employed. The SE tax payments you make go towards your coverage under the federal Social Security system.  Social Security coverage essentially provides retirement benefits, disability benefits, health care benefits (Medicare), and survivor benefits. In general, you must pay Self-Employment Tax and file “Schedule SE” (on Form 1040) if either of the following applies:

  • Your net earnings from self-employment income were $400 or more
  • You work for a qualified church-controlled organization (other than as a minister or member of a religious order) that has elected an exemption from Social Security and Medicare taxes. In this case, you are subject to SE Tax if you earn $108.28 or more in wages from the church/organization.

To pay self-employment tax, you must have a Social Security number (SSN) or an individual taxpayer identification number (ITIN).

Note that there are special rules for fishing crew members, notary public employees, aliens, state or local government employees, foreign government employees, and international organization employees.

You should also note that whenever SE tax is mentioned, it generally only refers to Social Security and Medicare taxes, and does not include any other taxes that self-employed individuals may be subject to. Keep in mind that other information may be required for your particular type of business.

Don’t believe the Hype

Most of America has absolutely no idea whatsoever whether they legally and lawfully owe federal income tax or not. That is by design not by mistake. Then “Powers that Be” have done a marvelous job brainwashing the public into compliance.

We are all operating in the dark when it comes to this subject. We pay federal income taxes because we saw our parents pay and we believe we owe it too. It is a subtle form of indoctrination and it has worked great for generations.

That time has come and gone however.

If you are tired of being taken advantage of and want to stop it You need to consult with tax professionals to insure you get the biggest refund owed to you. To begin you can send us an email at endtaxes4ever@protonmail.com and visit our website http://endtaxes4ever.com/ for more information.

What is taxable income? Part 2 of 3

The federal taxing agency are masters of deception and trickery. They have fooled and tricked the populace of America nearly 100 years into paying a tax which most Americans have never owed.

They would have you believe in their lies and “leave the thinking to them.” In fact most of your childhood is designed to make you a “non-thinking” person. You see, when you see your parents stressing out over paying taxes, as I did when I was a little boy, this gets implanted in your subconscious.

Their plan backfired with me though and I did just the opposite. Seeing my dad stress out made me question “Why was he paying taxes in the first place?” People are brainwashed into believing that federal taxes pay for our roads, bridges federal programs etc.


The federal government pays for those things the same way they pay for everything else, by loans from the federal reserve bank!!!


Types of Income Subject to Tax
So the feds would have you believe the following categories represent types of income, which may be subject to Federal/State income tax, as set forth by the IRS:

  • Wages and salaries
  • Tip income
  • Interest received
  • Dividends
  • Business income
  • Capital gains and losses
  • Pensions and annuities
  • Lump-sum distributions
  • Rollovers from retirement plans
  • Rental income and expenses
  • Farming and fishing income
  • Earning for Clergy
  • Unemployment compensation
  • Gambling income and losses
  • Bartering income
  • Scholarship and Fellowship grants
  • Social Security and equivalent Railroad Retirement Benefits
  • 401(k) plans
  • Passive activities (losses and credits)
  • Stock options
  • Exchange of Policyholder Interest for stock
  • Canceled debt
  • Alimony and child support

For a complete list of the types of income subject to tax, they tell you to see the IRS Publication 525 (Taxable and Nontaxable Income).

Income That Is Taxable

Wages, Salaries, and Other Job-Related Earnings ? This may include advance commissions, back pays, bonuses, awards, cash gifts from your employer, fringe benefits, unemployment compensation, and childcare services.

The bottom line:

The chances you owe federal income taxes are slim to none. You have been lied to, cheated and tricked into paying taxes all your life, just as your parents did. If you want to change this you should go to our website where we show PROOF POSITIVE that we have helped our clients to recover money they previously paid to the taxing agencies.

You need to consult with tax professionals to insure you get the biggest refund owed to you. To begin you can send us an email at endtaxes4ever@protonmail.com and visit our website http://endtaxes4ever.com/ for more information

What is taxable income? Part 1 of 3

Taxable income, generally speaking, is the gross income of an individual or corporation, less any allowable tax deductions. Your taxable income is, in other words, the amount of your income that is subject to income tax.

In the USA, what qualifies as “taxable income” is defined in the Internal Revenue Code Section 63.  “Gross income” is defined in Section 61 of the Internal Revenue Code. The problem begins before this however.

The real first question is DO I OWE FEDERAL INCOME TAXES AT ALL? If so, where does it say in the Tax Code that I have to pay income taxes??!! Most Americans are not subject to the IRS jurisdiction!

The writers of the federal tax code would have you believe that Taxable income can encompass more than just your annual salary.  They want you to think that taxable income can include profits from stocks or real estate sales, winnings from the lottery, betting the dogs or horses, and winnings from any casino (domestic or abroad). Even the cash value of bartered items is considered taxable income.

Income as understood by most everyone is part of your gross income but is not identified as taxable income would include child support, proceeds from life insurance policies, inheritances, workers compensation payments, welfare benefits, compensation awarded as a result of physical injury, education scholarships or grants, and income paid to your retirement account (either a 401k or IRA, up to a certain amount).

From your gross income, allowable tax deductions which covers itemized deductions; and subsection (b) covers standard deductions, which is nice of them considering 95+% of Americans don’t owe any income tax AT ALL! 

Note that you cannot reduce your taxable income with standard deductions if you itemize your deductions.

In summary, taxable income is that portion of your gross income which is subject to taxation by the governing authority, less any allowable itemized or standardized deductions.

Few people go any further than this… they completely believe whatever they are told and never question the status quo. Who can tell me where it says in the tax code that you owe federal income taxes???

I remember years ago a guy put up $50,000 to anyone who could answer that question. No one ever collected, which should tell you something. The problem is if you don’t understand what it is that got you tangled in the system, then you can never learn how to get out.

When you are searching to insure you get the largest tax return possible it is necessary to begin at the beginning. So your first question should be:

“Do I owe the tax at all?”

I know what you are thinking, “But they threw Wesley Snipes in prison and Johnny Depp and Steve martin got in trouble for not paying.” The thing is people forget that movie stars are just people too.

They are just as uninformed as the mainstream public. They are not exempt from ignorance just because they are rich. They are just as brainwashed and suffer from the same fears regarding the intimidating taxing agencies.

So, what to do. You should always start with finding a professional tax service that has proof of their successes in defeating the taxing agencies. Then as simple as it sounds you have to have the courage to move forward.

This isn’t about being comfortable, it is about Truth. To simplify, either you are fine with giving away 25%-35% of your hard earned money or you are not.

It’s your choice.

If you decide you’d like to learn if you are lawfully required to pay federal income taxes and if you are owed a big tax refund you can send us an email us at endtaxes4ever@protonmail.com and visit our website www.endtaxes4ever.com for more information.

How The IRS Works: Part 2 of 2

One of the Largest Government Employers

The IRS, one of the world’s most effective tax administrators, is a bureau of the U.S. Department of the Treasury. It’s one of the largest organizations of the federal government with an employee base of around 90,000 people. The Restructuring and Reforms Act of 1998, commonly referred to as RRA 98, revamped the structure, governance and powers of IRS to its present form. In effect, the IRS was reorganized on the lines of private sector models for greater efficiency and effectiveness.

The IRS is headed by a commissioner who has a five-year office term and is appointed by the President with the advice and consent of the U.S. Senate. The other position appointed by the President is the Chief Counsel, who is the chief legal advisor to the IRS commissioner on matters relating to interpretation, enforcement and administration of the laws.

The organization is headquartered in Washington, D.C., with regional campuses located around the country in select cities. The IRS has four primary divisions: Wage and Investment, Large Business and International, Small Business/Self-Employed and Tax-Exempt and Government Entities.

The Taxman Cometh
The IRS collected almost $2.86 trillion in gross revenue in 2013. Yes you read that right, but what is most interesting is that an estimated 95% of that money collected was not owed by the American people who paid it!

Yes you read that right!

The federal government propagates the lie that the revenue is used to fund the government operations, but it is untrue. Not one penny collected from federal income tax goes to back to the people in any form. According to the IRS Data Book 2013 , the IRS processed approximately 240 million tax returns during fiscal year 2013 and provided about $364 billion in refunds to taxpayers.

The Dreaded Audit

An IRS audit is a scrutiny of an individual’s or organization’s tax records and financial information to make sure that the tax amount and information reported is accurate. Here is where the trick comes in.

Adolph Hitler knew a great secret, which was “It is easier to fool the people than it is to convince them they have been fooled.” In fact, due to the patriotism ingrained by the U.S. governments in the people when they have been fooled they will often fight to protect those who have been financially enslaving them.

The probability of getting audited by the IRS works as a good enough reason for people to stay honest and pay taxes on time even thought they don’t owe them and never did.

However, timely and correct tax payments do not guarantee that you may not be audited, nor does it mean that a return which is selected for audit is sure to have an error. According to IRS, there are different methods used to select which returns will be audited.

However, there are few triggers which are likely to land you on the list. If your return is selected for audit, you will receive a notification by mail or telephone. The audit can conducted via mail or in person review. In 2013, tax returns of approximately 1.4 million individuals were audited by IRS, which represents a drop of 5% from 2012 and the lowest number since 2008.

Bottom Line
Though the IRS is one of the most efficient tax deceivers in the world. It’s very nature attracts controversy. The intentional complexity of the tax code and lack of understanding of tax laws by taxpayers is created to keep Americans ignorant and confused regarding a duty, if any to pay taxes. And recent accusations of politically motivated audits mean that the IRS is low on the popularity list to more than a few taxpayers.

To resolve your situation and discover whether you are required to pay federal income taxes and discover how you might be able to lawfully, with the IRS’s blessing, be able to sever ties and stop paying federal income taxes forever, email us at endtaxes4ever@protonmail.com for more information and be sure to visit our website at www.endtaxes4ever.com

How The IRS Works: Part 1 of 2

Even the most enlightened American must wonder every year, “why am I paying taxes?” While acknowledging that some taxes are unavoidable, the question becomes does federal and state income tax fall into this category. It is true that every civilized, developed society has taxes but loathing the taxman is as inevitable as…well…taxation itself.

In the U.S., at the federal level, the unenviable duty of collecting federal income taxes falls on the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). As the United States tax collector and only having 3 letters in its acronym it is as close to a four-letter word could come.

It states its mission is:
“Provide America’s taxpayers top quality service by helping them understand and meet their tax responsibilities and by applying the tax law with integrity and fairness to all.”

First, A Little History
After becoming independent from Britain, America was wary of taxation and didn’t grant the federal government authority to levy taxes right away. The federal government, though, had the right to ask for tax payment from the states, but states were under no obligation to comply. With time, the government was given the right to levy taxes, but it lacked the agency to do so.

The onset of the Civil War changed everything — or more precisely, the need to pay for that conflict. Congress and President Lincoln enacted the nation’s first income tax with the Revenue Act of 1862, which created the office of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue.

The law was temporary, but gave the office the right to levy excise taxes on commonly consumed and traded goods, as well as the means to collect those taxes. It also marked the first progressive tax in U.S. history. The need to have an agency in place for enforcing and collecting these taxes gave birth to the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR), the predecessor to the IRS.

After the war ended and reconstruction was underway, the Revenue Act was allowed to expire in 1872. Between then and 1894, federal taxes remained but evolved. When the government attempted to further codify and expand taxation with the Income Tax Act of 1894, the Supreme Court ruled it unconstitutional. It wasn’t until the 16th Amendment was passed in 1913 under President William Howard Taft that Congress won the authority to impose an income tax.

Soon after,  Form 1040 was born. The tax rate for personal incomes more than $3,000 was 1%; on incomes of more than $500,000 it was 6%. Income tax rates rose sharply during World War I (peaking at 77% for top-earners), and then again during the Great Depression (63% rate on top-earners).

The “tax collecting agency” was revamped in 1950s, first by President Truman as a part of his reorganization plans. The patronage system of the agency was replaced with a career civil service system. The move was endorsed by President Eisenhower, who in 1953 rechristened the Bureau of Internal Revenue the Internal Revenue Service.

The federal tax system has always been a mystery to nearly all Americans, nevertheless, they systematically without question send in one fourth to one third or more of their paychecks just like clock work without ever stopping to question why?

Most of us know this system is not right and does not apply to us but finding the answers in the tax code can be daunting. It is intentionally written to be difficult to understand and is extremely long winded. This was done by the lawyers who work for the IRS to discourage American from finding out that most of them do not and have never owed federal income tax.

We have proof in the form of checks received by our happy and satisfied clients proving our system works. Are you wondering if you qualify for a refund for the last 3 or more years of your income taxes paid in? Would you like to find out?

For tax payers, failure to pay taxes or declare your income accurately can lead to serious issues with the IRS issues. The professional tax advisors and tax professionals at our firm can help. Email us at endtaxes4ever@protonmail.com for more information and be sure to visit our website at http://www.endtaxes4ever.com

What can be learned From Johnny Depp & Wesley Snipes IRS problems

Over the past few years Wesley Snipes and Johnny Depp have been in the news over debilitating tax bills. While Mr. Depp has settled up with the IRS since, he had to sell off major assets that led to a lawsuit exceeding $25 million.

There’s actually a lot that the average person can learn from this. There’s actually some actionable takeaways that the everyday American on the street can learn from the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star to make sure nothing goes wrong with their taxes.

  • When you are on fire the first thing to do is to PUT THE FIRE OUT!

The first thing every American should discover is whether they are a taxpayer according to the tax code. The IRS will tell you that the federal tax system is voluntary, however they withhold the full truth on this issue.

People don’t know this but nearly all Americans have volunteered into the federal and state tax systems and are completely unaware of it. Even though Depp racked up $5,704,581 in tax penalties and interest he likely had no federal tax payment obligations for 2000–2014 tax years.

Just because you are a Hollywood star does not mean you smart. In fact Depp is completely ignorant of the fact that HE OWED NO TAXES AT ALL and the IRS depends on your ignorance of this fact in order to prey on you.

The it’s very easy to fall behind on your estimated tax payments and not get them in on time because you simply don’t have the funds, or you’ve having troubling calculating them correctly. This can easily lead to a snowball of tax debt plus interest and penalties for lateness. But again, THIS ONLY APPLIES TO TAXPAYERS!

  • If you’d like to settle with the IRS, be aware of whether you owe them anything at all.

Depp settled this matter with the IRS and is now focusing on suing his manager. However, if you’d like to settle with the IRS, you should bear in mind that some pretty harsh standards are used to judge whether or not you can pay your full balance.

Depp’s former manager alleges in a countersuit that he has an incredibly lavish lifestyle and was not suffering any hardship that hobbled his ability to pay his tax penalties: He spends $75 million in maintaining 14 residences around the world, $30,000 a month on imported fine wine, and even blew ~$3 million on a cannon meant to blast noted author Hunter S. Thompson’s ashes over Aspen, Colorado, among many other totally outlandish luxuries.

This sounds like cartoonish levels of extravagance to a majority of people, but he still got the IRS to settle with him!

It’s unfortunate that Depp was unaware that he did not owe them anything and could have easily escaped the whole thing with some good and informed guidance by a tax professional.

  • Be sure you are well informed and are receiving correct information

Wesley Snipes went to prison for following incorrect information and because he had volunteered into the federal tax system. If you find a tax advisor who is willing to guide you through the tax system you will see it all survives and thrives off of your ignorance.

Because of all the fear surrounding the paying of federal taxes and the intimidating tactics of the IRS people are scared so deeply and profoundly that even if faced with irrefutable facts demonstrating they are not liable to pay federal income taxes they still wont take action to free themselves from it.

This is known as mental slavery and it is very powerful. Everyday people also get fleeced by advisers they thought they could trust, who give them bad information. While you’re ultimately responsible discovering this information for yourself and for determining what taxes you owe if any, there is a lot to be said about getting professional information from tax advisors.

Would you like to learn more and see if you are eligible to opt out of the federal tax system? Email us at endtaxes4ever@protonmail.com for more information and be sure to visit our website at www.endtaxes4ever.com

How Far Does IRS Jurisdiction Extend?

Because the jurisdiction of the IRS is greatly misunderstood many Americans routinely dispute the power of the IRS and paying taxes. To understand IRS issues in the future, it is best to have a consultant who has researched these matters in depth and understands the TRUE jurisdiction of the Internal Revenue Service and its limitations.

The authority given to legal bodies or political leaders to enforce punishment and handle legal situations is known as jurisdiction. The term is normally heard on TV shows or movies about crimes.

The IRS is a bit more amorphous because it has jurisdiction over all the taxpayers in the United States, as well as those who earn any income in the US. IF, AND THAT IS A BIG IF you are a tax payer and you fail to deal with the to pay taxes as a taxpayer, you’ll absolutely encounter IRS issues.

Here’s an excerpt from Title 26 of the Code of Federal Regulations which relates to the IRS:

“The Internal Revenue Service is a bureau of the Department of the Treasury under the immediate direction of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue. The Commissioner has general superintendence of the assessment and collection of all taxes imposed by any law providing internal revenue. The Internal Revenue Service is the agency by which these functions are performed.”

As I said earlier the IRS has jurisdiction over you IF as a taxpayer and a United States citizen. If you fall into this category and earn money or reside in foreign countries, a non-resident earning money in the US, or a resident of the United States you are liable to pay federal income tax. If you don’t pay taxes on property, earnings, capital gains, etc., you’ll suffer the IRS’s wrath

As explained in this paragraph from Economy Plumbing and Heating Co. against the US, non-taxpayers are excluded from the jurisdiction of the IRS:

“The revenue laws are a code or system in regulation of tax assessment and collection. They relate to taxpayers, and not to non-taxpayers. The latter are without their scope. No procedure is prescribed for non-taxpayers, and no attempt is made to annul any of their rights and remedies in due course of law. With them [non-taxpayers] Congress does not assume to deal, and they are neither of the subject nor of the object of the revenue laws.”

Our consulting firm can help you understand whether you are a tax payer as defined in the federal tax code and help you avoid IRS problems as a result.
Several arguments are regularly made by tax protesters that try to negate the jurisdictional powers of the IRS. A few imply that the 16th Amendment was never ratified properly, so the IRS is unconstitutional. The 16th Amendment gives Congress the authority to lay and collect taxes on income, and it was, in fact, properly ratified by the needed three-fourth’s majority of states. Understanding WHO it applies to is the real trick, however.

Some Americans have argued that the IRS has no jurisdiction because it’s not a government agency. Actually, because the Secretary of Treasury has enforcement and administration authority over the laws of internal revenue, the IRS was started. As already stated the IRS does have jurisdiction over taxpayers and arguments such as these will bring you problems with them.

For tax payers, failure to pay taxes or declare your income accurately can lead to serious issues with the IRS issues. However, most Americans have unknowingly volunteered into the tax system and don’t even know it and there is a way to get out as well.

Would you like to learn more and see if you are eligible to opt out of the federal tax system? Email us at endtaxes4ever@protonmail.com for more information and be sure to visit our website at www.endtaxes4ever.com