Are you a North Carolina taxpayer? Today’s juicy bit…

Do you fit the definition of “taxpayer” within the law used to tax your pay?

You tell me:

“Chapter 105 – Taxation.

Article 4.

Income Tax.

Part 1.  Corporation Income Tax.

§ 105-130.  Short title.

This Part of the income tax Article shall be known and may be cited as the Corporation Income Tax Act. (1939, c. 158, s. 300; 1967, c. 1110, s. 3; 1998-98, ss. 42, 61, 68.)

§ 105-130.1.  Purpose.

The general purpose of this Part is to impose a tax for the use of the State government upon the net income of every domestic corporation and of every foreign corporation doing business in this State.

The tax imposed upon the net income of corporations in this Part is in addition to all other taxes imposed under this Subchapter. (1939, c. 158, s. 301; 1967, c. 1110, s. 3; 1998-98, s. 69.)

§ 105-130.2.  Definitions.

The following definitions apply in this Part:

(3)        Corporation. – A joint-stock company or association, an insurance company, a domestic corporation, a foreign corporation, or a limited liability company.

(9)        Gross income. – Defined in section 61 of the Code.

(12)      Parent. – A corporation is a parent of another corporation when, directly or indirectly, it controls the other corporation by stock ownership, interlocking directors, or by any other means whatsoever exercised by the same or associated financial interests, whether the control is direct or through one or more subsidiary, affiliated, or controlled corporations.

(18)      Taxpayer. – A corporation subject to the tax imposed by this Part.

§ 105-134.2.  Individual income tax imposed.

(a)        A tax is imposed upon the North Carolina taxable income of every individual. The tax shall be levied, collected, and paid annually and shall be computed at the following percentages of the taxpayer‘s North Carolina taxable income.”

§ 105-160.1.  Definitions.

The definitions provided in Part 2 of this Article shall apply in this Part except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning. “

And thus, it is left up to the reader to decide whether “taxpayer” in the “individual income tax imposed” section, clearly means something other than a corporation. Keep in mind, “Taxpayer. – A corporation subject to the tax imposed by this Part” is the definition for the whole Chapter 105 on Taxation.

The North Carolina General Assembly, businessmen all, have implemented rules to take your money.  If you let the presumption stand, and do not read the law, they can treat you (John Henry Doe) as a corporation, because you look and act like one.

I look forward to discussing this.

5 thoughts on “Are you a North Carolina taxpayer? Today’s juicy bit…

  1. The corporations referred to above and the ‘individuals’ referred to are always legal fictions [straw men]. Nowhere in their labyrinth of codes, regs., rules, statutes, etc. [so-called laws] do they ever define the term ‘individual’ as referring to people. They leave it up to you to think they mean living beings. The only role the living beings play in their grand scam is acting as fiduciaries for THEIR corporate straw men-the all caps NAME resembling, to some degree, your appellation-what you are called by.
    Our problem has always been the double-talk obfuscatory language they use to confound and enslave us all, and of course, our failure to recognize their word trickery. We have failed to rebut the presumption that we are the fiduciary/surety for the straw man. Most never rebut that presumption because the intent is carefully hidden from us. When we fail to rebut they take it as acquiescence and proceed as though we have voluntarily accepted the liability attached to said fiduciary status.

    Income taxes are a good example. If their straw man [SM] made a million dollars this year and you never signed a 1040 as ‘Taxpayer’ under penalty of perjury there would have been no tax liability because they would not have had a fiduciary to fill out the form and check and sign them. A fiction has no ability to act. They need to con you into being the fiduciary for their SM.

    Income taxes are voluntary and you volunteered in by your signature on the 1040. can you volunteer out? Yes. whenever they con you into a contractual position without giving you full disclosure they, under international law, must offer a remedy. They don’t have to tell you what the remedy is or where to find it [usually well concealed and incomprehensible if found] but they must provide one, and do.

    I know of 2 straight forward remedies for Income taxes: The first is located at IRS Code 6013(g), that is, if you can understand what they are and aren’t saying. It is called revocation of election. Yep, you elected to be treated as a surety/fiduciary for their SM. There is even a company in England [Weiss and Assoc.] that, for a fee, will do your revocation for you properly. If you research 6013(g) you will see their ad on the net.

    Another remedy is an affidavit of mistake. Mistakes are always correctable, even in their criminal world. The advantage of affidavit of mistake is that it cancels liability all the way back to the first instance of mistake and all future years, if worded properly. Under revocation, if done before April 15th, it only cancels liability for the previous year and all future years.

    So if you want to pull your butt out of the daisy chain, get cracking and do the research, because you will never get a straight answer from these professional crooks. Don’t waste your time asking some dufus in an office. They have limited knowledge and are told to treat you like an idiot. Gotta keep the game ball up in the air so the sheep don’t smell the rot.

  2. I have never been a Taxpayer! I have, however, been the fiduciary for a Taxpayer, that is, until I submitted an affidavit of rescission of that status.
    People are never Taxpayers. Only legal fiction straw men can be included in that category. I ask, have you ever had a piece of mail sent to you by the IRS or any governmental entity that was actually addressed to you in your upper/lower case appellation? The answer is obviously, no. It is always addressed to the all caps straw man as that is the only person that they have actual control over.
    The SM could have won a million bucks in the lottery before you signed that first 1040 form where it said ‘Taxpayer signature… under penalty of perjury’ and not a penny of it would have been taxed.
    What they needed was a fiduciary because the SM can’t fill out the 1040, can’t sign and can’t send in any money because it is merely a fiction of law. When you signed that 1st 1040 where it said ‘Taxpayer signature’ you signed for their Taxpayer straw man as an accommodation party agreeing to the liability of filing and paying all future tax liabilities of their SM.
    Does that sound like you have been conned into a legal duty you wish you weren’t involved in? The remedy is to revoke your election to be treated as the fiduciary. It was a mistake and mistakes are always correctable, even in their system.
    Every time they take advantage of you or set you up for some type of theft, they must, under international law, provide a remedy and they always do. They are not required to tell you what the remedy is or where to find it but it must be available. Usually it is well hidden or cloaked in obfuscatory language hoping you won’t be able to decipher it.
    Revocation of election by affidavit of mistake is one method. A second method is found right in the IRS Code at 6013(g). Revocation of Election. In this instance you would be changing the status of the SM from ‘Resident Alien’ [resident aliens are always the entities that are taxed everywhere] to ‘Non-Resident Alien’.

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