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Wednesday, March 21, 2012

IRS forms 'SWAT Team' for tax dodger crackdown

Our wise overlord are becoming more desperate by the day. Rather than actually admitting the lunacy, (let alone the immorality) of constantly spending more of other people's money, only to become more dependent on this act of theft; they insist on becoming more forceful and threatening to maintain their grip on Americans' pocketbooks. It's becoming increasingly clear that [Lysander] Spooner was right, the only difference between a 'highway man' or gunman and the State is that the highway man would never have the audacity to suggest his theft and violence is some benefit to you, nor would he insist on following you so that he could continue the practice. The highway man is far too much of a gentlemen to ever do such a thing.

The U.S. Internal Revenue Service is staffing up with high-powered talent to crack down on companies shifting profits from country to country to lower their tax bills, a strategy the agency has targeted before with only limited success.

The IRS showed its elevated concern on the issue, known as "transfer pricing," last May by hiring Samuel Maruca to fill the newly created post of transfer pricing director.

Read the rest here.

Drew Martin,
Blogger, THL

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