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{{#invoke:Sidebar|sidebar}} Tax protesters in the United States advance a number of conspiracy arguments asserting that Congress, the courts and various agencies within the federal government –primarily the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)– are involved in a deception deliberately designed to procure from individuals or entities their wealth or profits in contravention of law. Conspiracy arguments, though related to, are distinct from constitutional, statutory, and administrative arguments. Proponents of such arguments contend that all three branches of the United States government are working covertly to defraud the taxpayers of the United States through the illegal imposition, assessment and collection of a federal income tax.


Tax protester conspiracy arguments sections
Intro  Conspiracy arguments, in general  Conspiracy theory regarding government employees and tax forms  Conspiracy arguments involving Zionism and Freemasonry  Arguments about money  Alleged immunity or exemptions for minority groups  Civil liability  See also  Notes  

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{{#invoke:Sidebar|sidebar}} Tax protesters in the United States advance a number of conspiracy arguments asserting that Congress, the courts and various agencies within the federal government –primarily the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)– are involved in a deception deliberately designed to procure from individuals or entities their wealth or profits in contravention of law. Conspiracy arguments, though related to, are distinct from constitutional, statutory, and administrative arguments. Proponents of such arguments contend that all three branches of the United States government are working covertly to defraud the taxpayers of the United States through the illegal imposition, assessment and collection of a federal income tax.


Tax protester conspiracy arguments sections
Intro  Conspiracy arguments, in general  Conspiracy theory regarding government employees and tax forms  Conspiracy arguments involving Zionism and Freemasonry  Arguments about money  Alleged immunity or exemptions for minority groups  Civil liability  See also  Notes  

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