STOP Filing Income Tax Forms

Former IRS Commissioners Prove the IRS is Mostly Bluff:

Fred Goldberg

Charles Rossotti

"What’s critical here is that substantially all of the revenue increase does not come from IRS audits, it comes from [you] taxpayers ... when [you] file [your] returns."

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The IRS is absolutely reliant on YOU voluntarily agreeing to be a tax slave by filing a 1040 income tax "confession" form and admitting you owe the IRS $$$$.

When you sign an IRS Form 1040 Income Tax "confession", you claim that you owe the IRS money!

You unwittingly increase
your chances of going to PRISON for tax evasion when you:


what you think you owe on it.


for the IRS to pick your Form 1040 income tax "confession", disagree with your confession, and charge you criminally.

These steps were used by U.S. Tax Court Judge Kroupa and when the IRS came after her, Judge Kroupa did not even try to put up a defense and go to trial, but instead pled guilty to reduce her sentence to "only" 34 months.

Judge Kroupa's Conviction

If like Judge Kroupa, you file IRS Form 1040 income tax "confessions", your chances of going to
prison are over 10 times higher than if you do not file!

For the proof, click here.

Do not be like Judge Kroupa!

Filing will give the IRS the power to put you in prison. It's very easy to avoid!

Risks and "Benefits" of Filing an IRS Form 1040 Income Tax "Confession"

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Don't give your power away to the IRS by filing 1040 Income Tax forms

You have more power against the IRS than you realize!

In this presentation, Peymon Mottahedeh, Founder and President of Freedom Law School, shows how the IRS uses bluff to deceive you into filing 1040 income tax "confession" forms. The IRS is extremely weak and powerless to come after non-filers.


Your odds of being sent to prison for FILING are 8 times higher, and your odds of being STRUCK BY LIGHTNING in any given year are 2 times higher, than your odds of being sent to prison for NOT filing 1040 tax "confession" trap forms.

Due to the incarceration rate trending downward quickly before the IRS stopped publishing that data and removed it from their website, and also because the IRS surely used their best cases for their "Example List", the odds we have calculated of a non-filer being sentenced to prison in any given year are probably even lower than stated.

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