Stevo's out of a job then...
Apparently we don't need to pay tax. We can take tax demands and pay them into our bank accounts like a cheque, twice.
Lunatic33 wrote:The best case was a guy in the US was sent a tax bill for something like $17,000 (years and years "owed") so he deposited the $17,000 "receipt" in his bank. His argument was that the Government, by creating the paperwork, had inadvertently created a sheet of paper that had brought $17,000 into existence, pretty clever huh! So he just cashed it in and even then he didn't pay the tax off with it. In fact from what I remember of the story he somehow ended up with $34,000 because he repeated the process when they sent him another "bill" (in effect a $17,000 note). All he did was used the law to his advantage. He didn't break any laws in fact on the contrary, it took place in a courtroom.