Ask your bookkeeper, accountant, CPA, Enrolled Agent, or tax attorney the following questions to help you decide whether you really want to pay them to prepare and file IRS Form 1040 and other IRS forms, which is often followed by forking over a significant amount of your money to the IRS!
• US Tax Court Judge Diane Kroupa was indicted on 6 counts related to tax evasion for FILING her taxes over a 7 year period. She could have been sentenced to 22 years in prison, but instead made a plea bargain to get only 34 months. Read the Forbes magazine article about her indictment here.
• Read the text of Judge Kroupa's indictment here.
• To find out more about how FILING 1040 Income Tax 'confession trap' forms landed Judge Kroupa in prison, and how “You are Twice as Likely to be Struck by Lightning than to be Sent to Prison for NOT FILING 1040 Tax Confession Trap Forms!”, click here.
* Lock-in letter is the IRS sending your employer a letter, asking your employer to withhold/steal from your paycheck in anticipation of you owing the IRS money, even though the IRS Lock-in letter has no legal authority and your employer is under no legal authority to steal your money as requested by the IRS Lock-in Letter.
When you hire a tax preparer or tax professional such as H&R Block, TurboTax, a bookkeeper, accountant, enrolled agent, CPA, or tax attorney, what are you getting for your money?
Are these tax professionals worth your time and money?
Or are they completely incompetent and harmful to you, setting you up for abuse, harassment, robbery, and even prison by the IRS? In this presentation, Peymon Mottahedeh, Founder and President of Freedom Law School, unveils the reality of how incompetent tax professionals are, and instead of helping you with your IRS problems, they end up actually hurting you!