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Complaint Review: Terrence Monroe Brannon d.b.a. My Money Magick - Loganville Georgia

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  • Terrence Monroe Brannon d.b.a. My Money Magick Loganville, Georgia United States

Terrence Monroe Brannon d.b.a. My Money Magick Terrence Brannon, T. Monroe Brannon, Terry Brannon, My Money Magick Providing BAD Online Tax Advice- DO NOT FILE OR PAY INCOME TAX! Also posting potentially ILLEGAL & DANGEROUS BAD FINANCIAL ADVICE. Loganville Georgia

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Quoted directly from the clandestine website: https://mymoneymagick.om

Do not file or pay Income Tax

"For most of my life, I never really thought about income tax. I was an employee and a certain chunk of my pay was taken out and I always looked forward to getting a refund at the end of the year. I had a lot of provably false notions about income tax and the IRS, such as:

Income tax is put to good use to pay for much needed public improvement

The IRS is a government agency

Since I was born in the USA, I am required to pay income tax.

I would say that many people carry these notions with them from cradle to grave thanks to how deeply ingrained these lies are. Yes, I know that “lie” is a strong word. But why not tell the truth? Let’s dismantle these 3 commonly held beliefs before moving on to other topics.

Table of Contents

Lie Number One: Income tax is put to good use to pay for much needed public improvement

Lie Number 2: The IRS is a Government Agency

Lie Number 3: I was born on US soil, so I am obligated to pay taxes.

Pick a program to send the IRS Packing!

Lie Number One: Income tax is put to good use to pay for much needed public improvement

I remember when my friend and founder of the ADSactly cooperative first told me I didn’t have to pay income tax. I thought he was crazy. He was too direct in his approach and I simply blew him off. Well, too bad for me because it led to a 30,000 tax bill during my first year of self-employment. But again:

the main reason that I felt fine with paying income tax is because I firmly believed that the money was being put to good use to improve society.



False Belief!

Remember I did use the word “believe” above right? Well, let’s see what a president who actually had the research done has to say:

And guess who our bankrupt government is in debt to? The Federal Reserve – a private cartel of bankers. The so-called US dollar is lent to us by the Federal Reserve in exchange for Treasury bonds that we must pay interest on and guess where a good amount of that payment comes from? For 32 years, it came from me and my labor thanks to our government milking me like a cow and feeding me lies all the while.

During the process of removing myself from the tax system, I first stopped all federal witholdings. For some reason, ADP did not stop my state witholdings. The attorney/friend who was processing my removal from the IRS tax system then informed me he would stop the state witholdings. it was a this point that I told them that I didnt mind the state witholdings if they were being put to good use. it was at this point that my attorney/friend gave me an earful, informing me that state embezzlement of taxes was worse than federal!

Lie Number 2: The IRS is a Government Agency

The IRS is Not a US government agency.  It is an agency of the IMF (International Monetary Fund) (Diversified Metal Products v I.R.S et al.  CV-93-405E-EJE U.S.D.C.D.I., Public Law 94-564, Senate report 94-1148 pg. 5967, Reorganization Plan No. 26, Public Law 102-391)

I thank Stop the Pirates for this excellent information. I’m not sure why he is no longer posting.

And of course Lie number 2 goes nicely with lie number 1 and the government allows you to connect the dots and make the false picture: “well, the IRS is a government agency and they collect taxes for the government to improve public works” and good ol’ Uncle Sam is fine with you believing the lie because it helps the bankrupt government stay afloat.

Lie Number 3: I was born on US soil, so I am obligated to pay taxes.

First of all there is no single thing as US soil. “One Nation Under God” is mass-hypnosis to those who have read “Cooperative Federalism” by Gerald Brown, Ed.D. (a free PDF). But to keep it simple, the people born in the 50 states are American nationals of a particular republic. For instance, I am an American National of the Georgia republic… I AM NOT A US CITIZEN!!!!! I have no necessary obligation or allegiance to the federal government, whose jurisdiction is limited Washington DC and a few territories such as Puerto Rico and Guam. Their presence in my Georgia republic is a courtesy of us – THEY ARE A FOREIGN ENTITY IN MY REPUBLIC!!!! So watch your manners in my house!

Pick a program to send the IRS Packing!

Unless you like making evil bankers filthy rich, you should not be paying federal or state income tax. The legal/lawful reasons for not filing income tax depend on how you approach this issue. The IRS freedom movement has many organizations. Even though each organization is highly effective in freeing people from the shackles of the IRS forever, they do not agree on the theory and practice of doing so:

Freedom Law School is celebrating its 20th year of educating people about IRS tax freedom. The head of Freedom Law School, Peymon Mottahedeh, won against the IRS long ago when they tried to sue him for half a million dollars. He hasnt paid taxes for 30 years and He has a live show every Thursday at 7pm.

You Have the Right has a weekly conference call as well. Sometimes it covers other freedom issues such as foreclosure defense, but 90% of the time there is live coaching on how to deal with the IRS at any stage of engagement with them. It is very encouraging to hear the success stories live. For awhile, they were writing letters to the tax court demanding the court show jurisdiction, but when the courts quit doing what they were legally obligated to, they switched to the Revocation of Election process, which is what I used.

Lost Horizons has written a book, Cracking the Code, that has led to over 14 million dollars being recovered in income tax and social security. These resources are listed in order of quality and it is DOUBTFUL that anything will ever surpass this book. Just look at all the testimonials by normal people on his YouTube channel.

Income Tax Ripoff is a collective site of numerous people successful in navigating the federal income tax system.

Truth Attack is a long-lived tax activism network with a positive track record against the IRS. The founder, Steve Hempfling, apparently was a student of Peymon’s at one point.

Attorney Lowell “Larry” Becraft is featured on the Innocence DVD and aggressively debunks a number of esoteric woo-woo  approaches to tax freedom. He also runs the Dixieland Law Journal. He body-slammed the IRS in the landmark court decision U.S. V. LLOYD R. LONG

My original approach was somewhat esoteric and based on citizenship as a state national and separation between the living man and the commercial entity ascribed to me at birth. I was personally referred to an attorney that performed the Revocation of Election (ROE) himself in the 80s. You Have the Right provides the same process for little or no cost. Similar forms and arguments are found here as well for free.

This article was intended as a general overview of the necessity of tax freedom. In a separate article I write about my journey to tax freedom.

The IRS has no legal AUTHORITY to forcefully seize any of your assets / paychecks for any b s reason they might come up with.

It’s time for a New World of Financial Freedom for All

It’s time for the average person to flex superhuman money muscle. It’s time for hidden secrets of money, tax and law to be revealed and practiced on a mass-scale. The veil of mass-hypnosis that makes the wealthy rich while people in debt have done horrible things when their lifestyle is flushed down the toilet in a flash and the wealthy just laugh and keep the lies pumping.

If it weren’t for my mother and father working a job for 40 years and having a nice house, I would’ve been wiped off the map several times because the lenders are relentless with their lies about debt obligations and they also don’t reveal the hidden ways to obtain credit and funding. And they most certainly don’t reveal the truths about wealth preservation in gold versus the dollar.

If you ever need a hand or have any questions, feel free to leave them below and I will be more than happy to help you out."

All the best,

Terrence Monroe Brannon

Founder of My Money Magick



Here is THE TRUTH regarding filing your taxes-

This is quoted directly from the website: -  https://irs.gov.


The Law: The requirement to pay taxes is not voluntary. Section 1 of the Internal Revenue Code clearly imposes a tax on the taxable income of individuals, estates, and trusts, as determined by the tables set forth in that section. (Section 11 imposes a tax on corporations' taxable income.)May 1, 2020

The Truth About Frivolous Arguments - Section I (A to C)

 1. Contention: The filing of a tax return is voluntary.

Some taxpayers assert that they are not required to file federal tax returns because the filing of a tax return is voluntary. Proponents of this contention point to the fact that the IRS tells taxpayers in the Form 1040 instruction book that the tax system is voluntary. Additionally, these taxpayers frequently quote Flora v. United States, 362 U.S. 145, 176 (1960), for the proposition that "[o]ur system of taxation is based upon voluntary assessment and payment, not upon distraint."

The Law: The word “voluntary,” as used in Flora and in IRS publications, refers to our system of allowing taxpayers initially to determine the correct amount of tax and complete the appropriate returns, rather than have the government determine tax for them from the outset. The requirement to file an income tax return is not voluntary and is clearly set forth in sections 6011(a), 6012(a), et seq., and 6072(a) of the Internal Revenue Code. See also Treas. Reg. § 1.6011-1(a).

Any taxpayer who has received more than a statutorily determined amount of gross income in a given tax year is obligated to file a return for that tax year. Failure to file a tax return could subject the non-compliant individual to civil and/or criminal penalties, including fines and imprisonment. In United States v. Tedder, 787 F.2d 540, 542 (10th Cir. 1986), the court stated that, “although Treasury regulations establish voluntary compliance as the general method of income tax collection, Congress gave the Secretary of the Treasury the power to enforce the income tax laws through involuntary collection . . . . The IRS’ efforts to obtain compliance with the tax laws are entirely proper.” The IRS warned taxpayers of the consequences of making this frivolous argument in Rev. Rul. 2007-20, 2007-1 C.B. 863 and in Notice 2010-33, 2010-17 I.R.B. 609.

Relevant Case Law:

Helvering v. Mitchell, 303 U.S. 391, 399 (1938) – the Supreme Court stated that “[i]n assessing income taxes, the Government relies primarily upon the disclosure by the taxpayer of the relevant facts . . . in his annual return. To ensure full and honest disclosure, to discourage fraudulent attempts to evade the tax, Congress imposes [either criminal or civil] sanctions.”

United States v. Tedder, 787 F.2d 540 (10th Cir. 1986) – the 10th Circuit upheld a conviction for willfully failing to file a return, stating that the premise “that the tax system is somehow ‘voluntary’ . . . is incorrect.”

United States v. Richards, 723 F.2d 646 (8th Cir. 1983) – the 8th Circuit upheld a conviction and fines imposed for willfully failing to file tax returns, stating that the claim that filing a tax return is voluntary “was rejected in United States v. Drefke, 707 F.2d 978, 981 (8th Cir. 1983).”

United States v. Hartman, 915 F.Supp. 1227, 1230 (M.D. Fla. 1996) – the court held that, “The assertion that the filing of an income tax return is voluntary is, likewise, frivolous.” The court noted that I.R.C. § 6012(a)(1)(A), “requires that every individual who earns a threshold level of income must file a tax return” and that “failure to file an income tax return subjects an individual to criminal penalty.”

Other Cases:

United States v. Drefke, 707 F.2d 978 (8th Cir. 1983); United States v. Schulz, 529 F. Supp. 2d 341 (N.D.N.Y. 2007); Foryan v. Commissioner, T.C. Memo. 2015-114, 109 T.C.M. (CCH) 1591 (2015); Jones v. Commissioner, T.C. Memo. 2014-101, 107 T.C.M. (CCH) 1495 (2014).

2. Contention: Payment of federal income tax is voluntary.

In a similar vein, some argue that they are not required to pay federal taxes because the payment of federal taxes is voluntary. Proponents of this position argue that our system of taxation is based upon voluntary assessment and payment. They frequently claim that there is no provision in the Internal Revenue Code or any other federal statute that requires them to pay or makes them liable for income taxes, and they demand that the IRS show them the law that imposes tax on their income. They argue that, until the IRS can prove to these taxpayers’ satisfaction the existence and applicability of the income tax laws, they will not report or pay income taxes. These individuals or groups reflexively dismiss any attempt by the IRS to identify the laws, thereby continuing the cycle. The IRS discussed this frivolous position at length and warned taxpayers of the consequences of asserting it in Rev. Rul. 2007-20, 2007-1 C.B. 863 and in Notice 2010-33, 2010-17 I.R.B. 609.

The Law: The requirement to pay taxes is not voluntary. Section 1 of the Internal Revenue Code clearly imposes a tax on the taxable income of individuals, estates, and trusts, as determined by the tables set forth in that section. (Section 11 imposes a tax on corporations’ taxable income.)

Furthermore, the obligation to pay tax is described in section 6151, which requires taxpayers to submit payment with their tax returns. Failure to pay taxes could subject the non-complying individual to criminal penalties, including fines and imprisonment, as well as civil penalties.

In United States v. Drefke, 707 F.2d 978, 981 (8th Cir. 1983), the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals stated, in discussing section 6151, that “when a tax return is required to be filed, the person so required ‘shall’ pay such taxes to the internal revenue officer with whom the return is filed at the fixed time and place. The sections of the Internal Revenue Code imposed a duty on Drefke to file tax returns and pay the appropriate rate of income tax, a duty which he chose to ignore.”

Although courts, in rare instances, have waived civil penalties because they have found that a taxpayer relied on an IRS misstatement or wrongful misleading silence with respect to a factual matter, there have been no cases in which the IRS’s lack of response to a taxpayer’s inquiry has relieved the taxpayer of the duty to pay tax due under the law. Such an estoppel argument does not, however, apply to a legal matter such as whether there is legal authority to collect taxes. See, e.g., McKay v. Commissioner, 102 T.C. 465 (1994).

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