From: dean loren <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Mar 2, 2016 9:46 AM
To: JoAnne M Denison <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: IRS – COMPLAINT?
I just googled IRS Estate Fraud and
Section A – Provide Information About the Person/Business You Are Reporting, if known.
Provide as much information as you know about the person or business you are reporting.
1. Complete if you are reporting an individual. Include their name, street address, city, state, ZIP code, social security number or taxpayer identification number, occupation, date of birth, marital status, name of spouse (if married), and email address. Include as much information as you know.
2. Complete if you are reporting a business. Include the business name, business street address, city, state, ZIP code, employer identification number (EIN), telephone number(s), email address, and website, if known.
Note: Complete both parts if you are reporting a business and its owner. Section B – Use to Describe the Alleged Tax Law Violation(s)
3. Check all Tax Violations That Apply to Your Report.
False Exemption- Claimed persons as dependents they are not entitled to claim.
False Deductions- Claimed false or exaggerated deductions to reduce their taxable income.
Multiple Filings- Filed more than one tax return to receive fraudulent refunds.
Organized Crime- Member of a group of persons who engaged in illegal enterprises such as drugs, gambling, loansharking, extortion, or laundering illegal money through a legitimate business.
Unsubstantiated Income- Reported false income from an unverifiable source in order to get a false refund.
Earned Income Credit- Claimed Earned Income Credit which they were not entitled to receive. They may have reported income they did not earn or claimed children they were not entitled to claim.
Public/Political Corruption- Public official or politician violated laws against using their position illegally for personal gain.
False/Altered Documents- Changed documents, such as a W-2 or Form 1099, or created fake documents to substantiate a false refund.
Catalog Number 47872E www.irs.gov Form 3949-A (Rev. 3-2014)
Unreported Income- Received cash or other untraceable payments, such as goods or services, and did not report the income.
Narcotics Income- Received income from illegal drugs or narcotics.
Kickback- Received illegal payments or kickbacks in exchange for referring the business of a government agency or other business towards a company or for influencing business decisions that result in part of the payment for the business received or service performed being returned to the person who made the referral.
Wagering/Gambling- Did not report income received from wagering or gambling.
Failure to Withhold Tax- Individual or business did not withhold legally owed taxes from income paid to their employee(s), such as Social Security or Medicare taxes. Example: A business treated employees as independent contractors and issued Forms 1099, with no tax withheld, instead of a W-2.
Failure to File Return- Individual or business has not filed returns legally due. Failure to Pay Tax- Individual or business has not paid taxes legally due. Other- Describe in 5.
On Wed, Mar 2, 2016 at 12:03 AM, JoAnne M Denison <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
very good. I’ll send you a copy of the $21 million tax lien my client gotI’d like to do a post on this to encourage others that have been ripped off by guardians, etc.do you have the statute numbers too? otherwise I will look them up for a “tax lien post.”good job. the FBI never got al capone on his string of felonies, but they did get him on tax evasion and then he was done
From: dean loren
Sent: Mar 1, 2016 10:05 PM
To: JoAnne M Denison , Eliot Bernstein
Subject: Re: IRS – COMPLAINT?
filed form IRS 3949-a for fraud against Executor and Attorney for Executorabout 706 filings being fraudulentwhole listfalse exemptionfalse deceptionsorganized crimeunsubstantiated incomepublic/politacl corruptionfalse /altered Documentsunreported dinocmekickbackothersen it in today
On Tue, Mar 1, 2016 at 5:07 PM, JoAnne M Denison <email@example.com> wrote:
Yep, that’s a good one. We should do a show on how to get these guardians, GALs and other court miscreants with investigative work and reporting this to the IRS.
the tax rate for evasion and criminal activity is 50%. for every month a filing and tax is owed, the interest is 2% up to 100%. that means 100% of what is stolen would go to the IRS.
Then there is the doctrine of “constructive receipt” in one of the earliest reported cases, man was a union steward for a very large union. He was out one day and wanted to buy something for himself and his family, and he only had union checks on him. He used a union check and the IRS got the tax court to rule that by doing so, all the income from the Union for that year was taxable to him and he was liable for that income plus interest, fees, fines and penalties because apparently the union never paid their income tax on time and had a bunch of bogus deductions (fancy lunches, etc.) plus, I think they also lost their 501-c-3 status for cooking the books that year.
That means that all criminals, ie, attorneys with a fiduciary duty, by means of a 42 USC sec 371 conspiracy are liable under this doctrine too.
You have to call or visit the IRS offices. Often they want a TIN or EIN but maybe you can fudge that or call up the lawyers and get their TIN or EIN by saying you’re an accountant for a client and you need it.
try to get their fax number or email so you can send all the documents and a synopsis of your assertions and the laws that were broken. I have a good list on my blog for gship statutory common violations
From: dean loren
Sent: Mar 1, 2016 9:39 AM
To: JoAnne M Denison
Subject: IRS – COMPLAINT?
I’D LIKE TO MAKE ONEWHAT IS THE NAME OF THE PROCESSAND I’LL LOOK UP THE STEPSI NEED TO FILE AGAINST THE EXECUTORFOR NEVER CREATING A TRUST FOR 30 YEARSAND BILLING THE ESTATE WITH THE LAWYERDEAN