If you file income tax returns, your chances of going to jail are 8 times more than if you do
Incredible? Unbelievable? We made it up?
- No, it is true! According to IRS data, from 2005 through 2007, the IRS sentenced about 2,108 people each year of “tax and financial crimes,” yet only about 276 of them had not filed Income Tax Confession Forms (1040, etc.). Which means about 1832 filers went to jail. Do you wonder why, according to IRS data, there are over 63 million non-filers?
- Do you want to increase your odds of going to jail by 8 times?!! Then go ahead and file the 1040 or other Income Tax Confession Forms (returns) (See this page)…or,
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By the IRS' own estimate, in 1996, there were over 63 MILLION NON-FILERS. Based on the 2006 U.S. Population count, our population is 300 million. In 2007, 2,155 people were sentenced by the IRS, including filers and non-filers. That means that 1,877 filers were convicted for the year 2007 verses only 278 non-filers that were convicted for the same tax year.
The amazing truth is that doing nothing on April 15th is less risky than signing a 1040 Tax Confession Form, stating “under oath” and “penalty of perjury” (they throw you in jail if you make a mistake) that everything on the 1040 Confession Form is true, correct and complete!!
Last Updated on Thursday, 03 May 2012 12:57