The IRS released its Enforcement and “Service” Results, which have more and more-precise numbers than those I noted . Here are the charts on property seizures, levies, and liens:
My new book has gotten a little more attention here and there:
- Midwest Book Review gave its thumbs-up:
Everyone dislikes paying taxes, but America has the highest voluntary tax payer percentage of any industrialized western nation. This is despite widespread inequalities and complexities of our local, state, and federal tax laws and regulations. But even the most conscientious and law-abiding citizen balks at paying unfair and unwarranted taxes for which they feel they are not legally liable. That’s the purpose behind 99 Tactics of Successful Tax Resistance Campaigns, an informed and informative compendium of information that begins with identifying the varieties of tax resisters, along with the diverse tactics, strategies, and methods such tax resisters employ. Author David Gross goes on to cover governmental countermeasures to tax resistance, resistance techniques, the role of education and public relations in tax resistance, and what successful tax resistance measures are available. Accessible to non-specialist general readers, enhanced with copious Notes and a comprehensive index, 99 Tactics of Successful Tax Resistance Campaigns is highly recommended reading for anyone seeking to redress a tax grievance of their own.
- and NWTRCC’s War Tax Talk blog gave the book a look.
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