Acolyte danama.1 posted
Reformatted for readabilityThe local IRS office here in Augusta, GA has called me in for a meeting This coming Monday (July 20, 2009) and told me to bring a witness and a lawyer or someone to represent me if I'd like.
They "requested" all kinds of info they want me to give them. Is there anyone in the Augusta, GA area who would go with me?
Handling this stuff by mail is much less stressful than having to meet with them in person. Thanks.
To which SubVet, always a cornucopia of valuable advice replied
That should workFirst things first. What do they want to meet about?
You have a right to know that and to be prepared.
Bring whatever papers you care to and put them in a box with a lid on it.
You may want to bring paperwork but you want unqualified immunity from prosecution if you decide to show them anything. You have that right as you have not been charged with anything.
Personally, I would also tell them that I demand to be compensated for my time and you expect payment in the form of say one ounce of gold for every hour of your time or fraction thereof. You also want compensation for your travel time to and from the meeting.
They have no right to demand you attend any meeting, they can only ask. I'd also make sure it was convenient for you, should you agree to attend a meeting. Make it one evening after you're done with work and have enjoyed a dinner.
Remember that you are an American, endowed by your CREATOR with UNALIENABLE rights and you have no written contract requiring performance with these goons. Stand on your authority as a free and sovereign MAN/WOMAN on the land.
It could be fun...