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  • #16
    Truly, tell the truth Andy

    Get help Paul and stop assisting the tax protesters, while embarrassing
    legitimate tax professionals who wish you could just offer tax information
    or shut up

    ----------------------------------------------
    " Income within the meaning of IRC 61a carries
    with it a general requirement of 'realization' ''.
    (Helvering v. Horst, 311 US 112,115-16)

    ak


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    • #17
      The original subject - before Thoma$ took it off course

      Congress May Eliminate "No Work, No Pay" Law
      (NTU Taxpayer Update, June 30, 2005)

      "Last week a Senate Committee approved appropriations legislation that would
      repeal Title 2, Section 39 of the U.S. Code, which states that Congressional
      administrators "shall deduct from the monthly payments (or other periodic
      payments authorized by law) of each Member or Delegate the amount of his
      salary for each day that he has been absent from the Senate or House,
      respectively, unless such Member or Delegate assigns as the reason for such
      absence the sickness of himself or of some member of his family." NTU has
      long sought enforcement of this law, but Congress has been reluctant to do
      so. "

      Ref: http://www.ntu.org/main/press_releas...4&org_name=NTU

      ----------------------------------------------
      " Income within the meaning of IRC 61a carries
      with it a general requirement of 'realization' ''.
      (Helvering v. Horst, 311 US 112,115-16)

      ak


      Comment


      • #18
        The original subject - before Thoma$ took it off course

        Congress May Eliminate "No Work, No Pay" Law
        (NTU Taxpayer Update, June 30, 2005)

        "Last week a Senate Committee approved appropriations legislation that would
        repeal Title 2, Section 39 of the U.S. Code, which states that Congressional
        administrators "shall deduct from the monthly payments (or other periodic
        payments authorized by law) of each Member or Delegate the amount of his
        salary for each day that he has been absent from the Senate or House,
        respectively, unless such Member or Delegate assigns as the reason for such
        absence the sickness of himself or of some member of his family." NTU has
        long sought enforcement of this law, but Congress has been reluctant to do
        so. "

        Ref: http://www.ntu.org/main/press_releas...4&org_name=NTU

        ----------------------------------------------
        " Income within the meaning of IRC 61a carries
        with it a general requirement of 'realization' ''.
        (Helvering v. Horst, 311 US 112,115-16)

        ak


        Comment


        • #19
          The original subject - Andy's lies



          Just tell the truth Andy. Just once.



          --
          Two Reasons Why It's So Hard To Solve A Redneck Murder:
          1. All the DNA is the same.
          2. There are no dental records.
          --------------------------
          Paul A. Thomas, CPA
          Athens, Georgia



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          • #20
            The original subject - Andy's lies



            Just tell the truth Andy. Just once.



            --
            Two Reasons Why It's So Hard To Solve A Redneck Murder:
            1. All the DNA is the same.
            2. There are no dental records.
            --------------------------
            Paul A. Thomas, CPA
            Athens, Georgia



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            • #21
              The original subject

              Congress May Eliminate "No Work, No Pay" Law
              (NTU Taxpayer Update, June 30, 2005)

              "Last week a Senate Committee approved appropriations legislation that would
              repeal Title 2, Section 39 of the U.S. Code, which states that Congressional
              administrators "shall deduct from the monthly payments (or other periodic
              payments authorized by law) of each Member or Delegate the amount of his
              salary for each day that he has been absent from the Senate or House,
              respectively, unless such Member or Delegate assigns as the reason for such
              absence the sickness of himself or of some member of his family." NTU has
              long sought enforcement of this law, but Congress has been reluctant to do
              so. "

              Ref: http://www.ntu.org/main/press_releas...4&org_name=NTU

              ----------------------------------------------
              " Income within the meaning of IRC 61a carries
              with it a general requirement of 'realization' ''.
              (Helvering v. Horst, 311 US 112,115-16)

              Hope you get well soon, Paul. ak



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              • #22
                The original subject

                Congress May Eliminate "No Work, No Pay" Law
                (NTU Taxpayer Update, June 30, 2005)

                "Last week a Senate Committee approved appropriations legislation that would
                repeal Title 2, Section 39 of the U.S. Code, which states that Congressional
                administrators "shall deduct from the monthly payments (or other periodic
                payments authorized by law) of each Member or Delegate the amount of his
                salary for each day that he has been absent from the Senate or House,
                respectively, unless such Member or Delegate assigns as the reason for such
                absence the sickness of himself or of some member of his family." NTU has
                long sought enforcement of this law, but Congress has been reluctant to do
                so. "

                Ref: http://www.ntu.org/main/press_releas...4&org_name=NTU

                ----------------------------------------------
                " Income within the meaning of IRC 61a carries
                with it a general requirement of 'realization' ''.
                (Helvering v. Horst, 311 US 112,115-16)

                Hope you get well soon, Paul. ak



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                • #23
                  Andy lies




                  Just tell the truth Andy. Just once.



                  --
                  Two Reasons Why It's So Hard To Solve A Redneck Murder:
                  1. All the DNA is the same.
                  2. There are no dental records.
                  --------------------------
                  Paul A. Thomas, CPA
                  Athens, Georgia




                  Comment


                  • #24
                    Andy lies




                    Just tell the truth Andy. Just once.



                    --
                    Two Reasons Why It's So Hard To Solve A Redneck Murder:
                    1. All the DNA is the same.
                    2. There are no dental records.
                    --------------------------
                    Paul A. Thomas, CPA
                    Athens, Georgia




                    Comment


                    • #25
                      Sleep tight (again) Paul


                      " Income within the meaning of IRC 61a carries
                      with it a general requirement of 'realization' ''.
                      (Helvering v. Horst, 311 US 112,115-16)


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                      • #26
                        Sleep tight (again) Paul


                        " Income within the meaning of IRC 61a carries
                        with it a general requirement of 'realization' ''.
                        (Helvering v. Horst, 311 US 112,115-16)


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