Skip to comments.Political Persecution: Michael Williams Audited For creating TaxCheatStamps.com
Posted on 03/09/2009 6:04:06 PM PDT by Mikey_1962
Today I received a letter from the IRS that my 2007 tax returns are being audited. Less than one month after launching TaxCheatStamps.com.
There's a list of "proposed changes" they want to make to my 2007 return that would require me to pay almost $14,000 in taxes, penalties, and interest. All the "discrepancies" they list are bogus and I have documentation to prove it. I keep meticulous records and always pay every cent I owe to Uncle Sam. We're going to talk to a lawyer ASAP.
(Excerpt) Read more at mwilliams.info ...
Let’s see, you’re in charge of assigning audits and some guy has a name taxcheatstamps.com I’m thinking I might start there. Duh!
Is this the same Michael Williams running for Senate in Texas? (our Railroad Commissioner)
Wow. These clowns are less than subtle.
I like his website!
Weren’t the National Review and American Spectator subject to repeated audits during the Clinton Years?
That’s very clever. I think I might just write it in red pen
Tsk! Tsk! Shouldn’t have gone there. Guess who’s up next for an audit.
Actually, maybe even reading this thread is a no-no.
I remember O’Reilly saying he got audited more than once during the Clinton years. Paula Jones also got audited.
Question. Your making your case on Free Republic and you haven’t even spoken to an attorney? Are you serious? Hard to believe this isn’t anything but spam.
Sorry to hear that free speech and the freedom to criticize our government had ended. Supoena tax-cheat Timmy, and invoke the Rangel rule.
any and all of our FREE SPEACH is being dissolved by the O
Prayers going up for you and your family, Mikey. May God make a mockery of these people and bring you to victory over them.
tax lawyers don’t even understand the tax code. there are so many contradictory things in there we are all “guilty” of something or other
This is why they want to keep the tax code complicated beyond anyone’s ability to deal with it.
Paranoia run rampant. The man most likely got a CP2000 letter generated by a computer
follow link for info
Many of these for 2007 just went out in the last few weeks. They do this every year.
Ordinarily, most people get them when they sell stock and didn’t report the sale. Many figure that a transfer between mutual funds is a tax free rollover or if they lost money on the stock they don’t need to report the sale.
The IRS letter bases the income on the total proceeds with no cost calculated because they don’t know the cost.
Uh, how about “Just like Clinton”, the IRS is used as a political arm? Please update your memory.
Ayn Rand was exactly right on that
Good logic. Outstanding.
Another Nixon apologist.
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