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    Richard Macdonald wrote:
    "Dale Eastman" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:Q%[email protected] k.net...
    Determination of taxable income.The taxpayer's taxable income from sources within orwithout the United States will be determined underthe rules of Secs. 1.861-8 through 1.861-14T fordetermining taxable income from sources within theUnited States.1.863-1(c)Perhaps I didn't phrase the question properly...Should I use section 861(b) and regulation 1.861-8 plus any other sectionsto determine my domestic taxable income?--LEGAL DISCLAIMERDO NOT TAKE MY WORD FOR ANYTHING IN THIS POST.
    As long as you follow the IRS's interpretation, as well as related statutes, and not your misinterpretation, yes.
    Determination of taxable income.
    The taxpayer's taxable income from sources within or
    without the United States will be determined under
    the rules of Secs. 1.861-8 through 1.861-14T for
    determining taxable income from sources within the
    United States.
    1.863-1(c)

    Perhaps I didn't phrase the question properly...

    Should I use section 861(b) and regulation 1.861-8 plus any other
    sections to determine my domestic taxable income?


    <Crap flushed>



    --
    LEGAL DISCLAIMER
    I am not a Tax Lawyer, Nor do I play Dan Evans on the internet.
    I am not a Certified Public Accountant, Nor do I play Paul Thomas on
    the internet.
    I am not an Enrolled Agent, Nor do I play Richard Macdonald on the
    internet.
    DO NOT TAKE MY WORD FOR ANYTHING IN THIS POST.
    Go look it up for yourself. That is the only way to know you have
    found the truth.

    I may be contacted off group via this page:
    http://home.sprintmail.com/~dalereastman/Contact.html

    Examine what the government doesn't want you to see, here:
    http://www.861.info/


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    The 861 Argument


    "Dale Eastman" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    DO NOT TAKE MY WORD FOR ANYTHING IN THIS POST.
    Richard Macdonald wrote:
    "Dale Eastman" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:Q%[email protected] k.net...
    Determination of taxable income.The taxpayer's taxable income from sources within orwithout the United States will be determined underthe rules of Secs. 1.861-8 through 1.861-14T fordetermining taxable income from sources within theUnited States.1.863-1(c)Perhaps I didn't phrase the question properly...Should I use section 861(b) and regulation 1.861-8 plus any other sections todetermine my domestic taxable income?--LEGAL DISCLAIMERDO NOT TAKE MY WORD FOR ANYTHING IN THIS POST.
    As long as you follow the IRS's interpretation, as well as related statutes, and not your misinterpretation, yes.
    Determination of taxable income. The taxpayer's taxable income from sources within or without the United States will be determined under the rules of Secs. 1.861-8 through 1.861-14T for determining taxable income from sources within the United States. 1.863-1(c) Perhaps I didn't phrase the question properly... Should I use section 861(b) and regulation 1.861-8 plus any other sections to determine my domestic taxable income? <Crap flushed> -- LEGAL DISCLAIMER I am not a Tax Lawyer, Nor do I play Dan Evans on the internet. I am not a Certified Public Accountant, Nor do I play Paul Thomas on the internet. I am not an Enrolled Agent, Nor do I play Richard Macdonald on the internet. DO NOT TAKE MY WORD FOR ANYTHING IN THIS POST. Go look it up for yourself. That is the only way to know you have found the truth. I may be contacted off group via this page: http://home.sprintmail.com/~dalereastman/Contact.html Examine what the government doesn't want you to see, here: http://www.861.info/

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