|INSTRUCTIONS: 4.14. Purging IRS Records and Correcting Erroneous Reports of "gross income"|
If you have decided that you are a “nontaxpayer” and a “nonresident alien”, as this book and the Great IRS Hoax describe, then it will probably become important to take steps to:
1. Get your name and personal information out of government computers and “taxpayer” records maintained by the IRS.
2. Rebut false reports of receipt of income connected with a “trade or business” on W-2 and 1099 forms.
If you don’t do the above, you may unknowingly trigger a Notice of Deficiency from the IRS if the IRS gets a nonzero W-2 or 1099 Information Return on you and you don't file a return, but if they never get a W-2 or 1099 or the form they get is zero or has been proven to be false under penalty of perjury, then you remove the presumption of “taxable income” and therefore remove any reason for them to even contact or bother you again.
Several free resources are available for correcting false W-2 and 1099 reports. Below is a free article that shows how to correct false W-2 reports:
Below is a free article that shows how to correct false 1099 reports:
Remember, the goal is to remove false entries in IRS computers that identify you as a “taxpayer” or a person with “taxable income”. That process starts with filing the correct withholding forms, and ends with correcting false reports of receipt of income connected to a “trade or business” appearing on W-2 and 1099 forms. If you would like to learn more about how the W-2 and 1099 forms create a usually presumption of receipt of earnings connected with a “trade or business”, we refer you to the article below:
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