Sunday, August 16, 2020

Community Tax Relief for people who don't want to pay for that Community

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Original Commercial here:

"Do you owe over $10,000 in taxes to the IRS or State?"  No, I don't owe one penny to the IRS or State.  But what I owed $1000, or $9999?  Am I out of luck as far as you are concerned?  Would you advise me to keep being a scofflaw until I hit that magic $10,000 mark?  What if I didn't owe $10,000 in taxes but I DID owe $10,000 in credit card debt?  Would you connect me to another 'service?'  What is it about that $10,000 figure, anyway? 

"Have you been threatened with levies or garnishments?"  If I were a typical customer of your 'service,' I would not even know what those words meant, but they would sound really scary, something Hillary Clinton came up with when she wasn't hiding her emails.

"The IRS has the power to seize your assets, freeze your bank account, and even take your paycheck!"  Let me try to explain this to you, and not for the first time.  When you don't pay your debts, your assets are not "your" assets.  When you owe someone- anyone-money, every penny you spend instead of paying back that debt is money stolen from your creditor.  So everything you buy with that money represents an act of theft.  If you don't pay your taxes, but buy a house instead, that house was purchased with stolen money.  This really isn't all that complicated.  If the IRS has the right to take that house you purchased with money you were supposed to pay in taxes, it's because that house represents the money YOU OWED THE IRS.   The IRS would rather have the money, but it can't get that money because YOU BOUGHT A HOUSE WITH IT.  

Again.  This is NOT complicated.

The rest of this awfulness is just a pitch for one particular Pay Us to Save you from your Responsibilities as a Citizen company, so I'm going to end my comments with a positive note:  at least this one doesn't show us a middle-aged, fat white guy sitting next to an SUV parked in front of a suburban McMansion and swimming pool laughing with relief into a phone as he's being told that he won't have to adjust his Lifestyle because he's a hard-working American who just didn't pay his taxes.  

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