Index to Letters by Name

Bronwyn Shiffer

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April 15, 2003 Dear Internal Revenue Service of the United States: In recent years I have become more aware of where my tax money goes. This year, I have made a decision of conscience to redirect 47%, the amount of the federal budget spent on the military, of the federal taxes I owe toward building… Continue reading


Peter Meyers (2003)

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Internal Revenue Service Andover, MA 05501-0002 April 15 2003 Dear Internal Revenue Service Person: I enclose this letter with my completed tax form as an explanation about why I cannot, in good conscience, pay the tax money that is demanded of me by the I.R.S. and the United States government—$2,494.00—for the 2002 tax year. Approximately… Continue reading


David Meyers (2003)

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April 15, 2003 Dear IRS: I had a dream the other night. Maybe you had one like it too. It was based on one of those mind-numbing commercials for credit cards. That guy with the syrupy TV voice did the voice-over, and it went something like this: Cost to the US taxpayer of one Caterpillar… Continue reading


Richard Loerky

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April 14, 2003 Dear IRS, I agree 100% with our President Select, George W. Bush, that anyone who finances terrorist acts is just as guilty as the perpetrators. With this in mind, I conscientiously object to paying 50% of the income tax that reliable sources estimate is the amount the current regime in Washington is… Continue reading


Mike & Carrie Koplinka-Loehr

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The Internal Revenue Service C/o Andover Mass. Service Center 05501-0102 Copies to: Sen. Hillary R. Clinton Sen.Charles Schumer Rep. Maurice Hinchey April 11, 2003 Dear relevant representatives of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, Please be advised that we are paying our federal and New York State income taxes under extreme protest. We believe that any… Continue reading


Mary Ann C. Holtz (2003)

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April 6, 2003 To the people working for the IRS: Regarding my 1040 for 2002, This is my annual letter of conscience. This year I am writing during the season of Lent and this terrible season of war. My hope is to follow Jesus of Nazareth, who so clearly taught the love of enemies, who… Continue reading


Wesley Montague

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April 15, 2002 Internal Revenue Service Austin, TX 73301-0102 Re: 2001 individual tax return CC: Senators Pete Domenici and Jeff Bingaman; Representative Heather Wilson To whom it may concern: You will please find herewith my 2001 individual tax return. I affirm this to be a fully accurate statement of my income for the year in… Continue reading


Peter Meyers (2002)

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Pete Meyers Ithaca, NY April 15, 2002 Internal Revenue Service Andover, MA 05501-0002 Dear Internal Revenue Service Person: I enclose this letter with my completed tax form as an explanation about why I cannot, in good conscience, pay the tax money that is demanded of me by the I.R.S. and the United States government—$2,781.31—for the… Continue reading


Steven J. Kretzmann

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April 15, 2002 Internal Revenue Service Philadelphia, PA 19255-1451 To Whom It May Concern: Enclosed are my federal tax forms for 2001 along with a check in payment for the Social Security and Medicare portion of what I owe. The additional amount that the form shows I owe is not enclosed. As in previous years,… Continue reading


Veronica Fellerath

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Attachment re: Form 12153 – Request for a Collection Due Process Hearing Date: January 8, 2002 Explanation of why I don’t agree with the “Notice of Levy/Seizure” Each year I withhold part of my taxes (and send the money to a group that serves the poor) so that I am not paying for weapons of… Continue reading


Peter Meyers (2001)

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April 16, 2001 Internal Revenue Service Andover, MA 05501-0002 Dear Internal Revenue Service Person: I enclose this letter with my completed tax form as an explanation about why I cannot, in good conscience, pay the tax money that is demanded of me by the I.R.S. and the United States government—$2,523.81—for the 1999 tax year. Approximately… Continue reading


Carol Moore

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CAROL MOORE Washington, DC July 10, 2000 Charles O. Rosetti Commissioner, Internal Revenue Service Washington, DC Mr. Rossotti, My name is Carol L. Moore, Social Security number [number redacted]. I am present at the Internal Revenue Service building in Washington, D.C., today, to turn myself in for refusing to pay federal income taxes for war and… Continue reading