How do you NOT pay taxes if you’re working for a corporation? The best we’ve done is take the MAXIMUM deductions - 10.
I am afraid our politicians are listening to the people, which include morons, idiots, and democrats; they are in the majority.
You don't. But...we can start by not filing a return on Apr 15th. If MILLIONS refuse to file and send any additional money to the thieves then we have their attention!
It would scare the living sh!t out of them!
That's better than nothing! If everyone pays nothing or as little as possible let them try to find the money to pay for 'their tax cuts for 95% of the people' (which is a damn lie)!
If we can get 10 million people by April 15, for the federal returns first year of zer0’s admin., we could at least, for the squeamish..withhold them for a time period.
Let them see how a total refusal would hurt them.
Or is that just chicken?
Then you've done all you can to support this. Well done.
goodnesswins wrote:You can also claim complete exemption on your W4. That's there for people who expect to have no tax liability at all.
How do you NOT pay taxes if youre working for a corporation? The best weve done is take the MAXIMUM deductions - 10.
The maximum you can *legally* take is an amount equal to one per each personal exemption you're able to claim, plus one for every $3,500 you expect to claim in itemized deductions over your standard deduction amount.
That all said, there is no limit to the number you can claim on a W-4 (if you're willing to be illegal about it). However, be warned that if you claim more than 9, your employer is required to submit a copy of the W-4 to the IRS with their quarterly payroll tax return. If 9 or under, your employer merely keeps it in their files.
All you employees out there, proceed accordingly.