Internal Revenue Service Code Sections

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ericman123 says:

I see many arguments about the voluntary nature of paying taxes. taxes are never voluntary, you have to pay them. HOWEVER, title 26 section 6011 only states, “Every person required to make a return or statement shall include
therein the information required by such forms or regulations.”

No where is there a law requiring an individual to pay taxes based on an income composed of only labor. Anyone who contests this fact is misinformed or trying to fool you.

Gwuppa says:

The basis of what he is saying regarding §61 is that all income is taxable unless specifically excluded.

Voluntary assessment in the sense that you voluntarily obey the posted speed limit. Don’t obey, pay the fine. Same here.

As far as the legality of the U.S. tax code, the Supreme Court has ruled repeatedly in favor of the law. Never for the protestor. So well established that now there is a $10,000 fine if you bring the argument to court.

Mastr9 says:

those sections do not specifically say anything other than when there is a liablity to file when regulation requires. . the only specific liabilty for the tax in subtitle A is for the withholding agent (who is required to withhold on nonresident aliens and foriegn corp.) i give up…thanks for nothing.

elreydonomar says:

and reading the whole code is not an easy task. it could take you a couple years to read it completely. they atleast 100,000 pages

elreydonomar says:

what do you call this
The requirement to file an income tax return is not voluntary and is clearly set forth in Internal Revenue Code §§ 6011(a) , 6012(a) , et seq., and 6072(a). See also Treas. Reg. § 1.6011-1(a).

the requirement to file=to being liable to fill taxes

Mastr9 says:

funny…see how you did’nt tell me the section that specifically says that a citizen is liable. only the section about trying to evade or defeat the tax he or she is not liable for. thanks for the honest answer. you said you read the hole code, so why can’t you site the section? is it because there is no section? i believe so now.

elreydonomar says:

The Law: The word “voluntary,” as used in Flora and in IRS publications, refers to our system of allowing taxpayers to determine the correct amount of tax and complete the appropriate returns, rather than have the government determine tax for them. The requirement to file an income tax return is not voluntary and is clearly set forth in Internal Revenue Code §§ 6011(a) , 6012(a) , et seq., and 6072(a). See also Treas. Reg. § 1.6011-1(a).

elreydonomar says:

ome assert that they are not required to file federal tax returns because the filing of a tax return is voluntary. Proponents point to the fact that the IRS itself tells taxpayers in the Form 1040 instruction book that the tax system is voluntary. Additionally, the Supreme Court’s opinion in Flora v. United States, 362 U.S. 145, 176 (1960), is often quoted for the proposition that “our system of taxation is based upon voluntary assessment and payment, not upon distraint.”

elreydonomar says:

The statute is Internal Revenue Code section 7201:

Any person who willfully attempts in any manner to evade or defeat any tax imposed by this title or the payment thereof shall, in addition to other penalties provided by law, be guilty of a felony and, upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not more than $100,000 ($500,000 in the case of a corporation), or imprisoned not more than 5 years, or both, together with the costs of prosecution

Mastr9 says:

what code section makes a citizen working and living in the fifty states liable? I’ve been reading for over a year and still have not seen one section mention it. only living and working abroad.

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