The best way to have the IRS leave you alone is to STOP filing 1040 income tax "confession trap" forms.
The IRS in 2017 stopped going after people who do not file 1040 income tax "confession trap" forms, for the following seven reasons:
1. The number of non-filers is overwhelming to the IRS.
In 1998, the IRS admitted that about 63 million Americans who they expected to file 1040 income tax forms for the 1996 tax year, did NOT file!See Proof Here
Since 1996, the population has risen 25%. The number of non-filers would have risen accordingly.
With a population of over 330 million in 2022, the number of non-filers is around 80 million!
Are 80 million Americans in prison for not filing 1040 income tax "confession" forms?
Are millions of non-filers' paychecks, bank accounts and homes in danger of being taken by the IRS?
2. The IRS is losing most of their employees and having a hard time replacing them.
52,000 of the current 79,000 IRS employees are projected to leave IRS employment by 2028!See Proof Here
Read the IRS commissioner's report to Congress for 2022
Why the IRS hiring 87,000 new employees is NO BIG DEAL!
3. For over 40 years, the IRS has failed to fix its antiquated computer systems and has now suspended most updating initiatives.
The suspensions include the IRS's most vital database. From a 2023 U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) report: "IRS recently suspended operations ... essential to replacing the 60-year old Individual Master File (IMF).... Accordingly, the 2030 target completion date for replacing the IMF that IRS announced last year is now unknown."
4. IRS cannot even keep up with FILERS who have CONFESSED to owing the IRS money.
Forced collections (levies) are down by more than 90% since 2011.
Source: Go to page 194 from the Taxpayer Advocate ServiceSource Link
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5. It's far more profitable for the IRS to go after FILERS than to go after NON-FILERS.
The IRS collects over
for every $1 that the IRS spends collecting from Americans who FILE
1040 income tax "confession trap" forms
The IRS collects just over
for every $1 that the IRS spends collecting from Americans who do NOT file
1040 income tax "confession trap" forms
If you were the IRS, which Americans would YOU go after, filers or non-filers?
The IRS's $12 billion budget divided by $4.1 trillion revenue is a 34,100% annual return on investment (ROI), provided by Americans who nearly all file 1040 income tax "confession forms" without question.Source
6. For the reasons above, in 2017 IRS management decided to leave income tax non-filers alone!
IRS refuses to go after extremely rich non-filers!
U.S. Treasury auditors gave the IRS a list of the 100 richest income tax non-filers, who each would owe the IRS about $100,000,000, and recommended to the IRS to go after these people for taxes.
The IRS is so broken, disorganized, lazy and irresponsible that the IRS refused to commit to going after these extremely rich high-income non-filers.
Source: See page 19 from "High-Income Nonfilers ... Are Not Being Worked by the IRS"
7. There are only 31 U.S. Tax Court judges to go after 80 million non-filers.
There's already way too many non-filers.
It's absolutely impossible for the IRS to go after 80 million innocent non-filers!
This picture shows a stadium with 75,000 capacity.
There are 80,000,000 non-filers in America.
To seat all innocent non-filers would take over 1,000 stadiums.
To process all 80 million non-filers in trial, each US Tax Court judge would need to handle the equivalent of over 34 stadiums filled to capacity!
Watch the videos below to stay aware.
Since 2015, the IRS has formally chosen to leave repeat non-filers alone!
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In 1969, U.S. Senator Henry Bellmon said this about the IRS:
"In a recent conversation with an official of the IRS, I was amazed when he told me, 'If the taxpayers of this country ever discover that the IRS operates on 90% bluff, the entire system will collapse!!!"
The IRS condition is far worse than it was in 1969. As a result, in 2017 the IRS stopped going after non-filers.
The best way to have the IRS leave you alone is to stop filing 1040 income tax "confession" forms.
Why the IRS cannot simply
STEAL YOUR STUFF
if you know how to challenge them!
The IRS must follow certain rules and regulations, and must first give you the chance for a hearing or trial of some sort before stealing your property. Sounds too good to be true? Watch the video for more details on how you can take back control!