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Have you reviewed my case Tax Court Docket No. 016513-12. Do this for your enjoyment. The chief Judge has just ordered the IRS Whistleblower Office to reply to my supplement of my motion for summary judgment, I am now preparing for my final reply to the IRS reply I expect by July 24th.
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This is the law I have been searching for!!!!! Thank you!!!!!
How do I apply it against the IRS????
Yes I am in tax Court. I want the taxes collected. The taxes are in the trillions of Dollars. The taxes have not been collected for thirty years in the health care industry. See Tax Court docket # XXXXX The IRS is trying to cover up the fact they have not collected the taxes. I do not want to enjoin/prohibit the collection of taxes. I am a whistleblower who wants the taxes collected. So how do I make sure the Tax court orders the IRS to collect the taxes??? (PS: Yes, I will pay more)
Check your Explanation of Benefits (EOB) form from your health insurance company. It shows the amount billed and the amount the insurance company agreed to pay. The customer is the patient, when the bill is issued the revenue is recognized; when it is not fully collected the difference is a forgiveness of debt; which is taxable income to the health insurance company; the amount is actually a kickback to the insurance company and these kickbacks should have been taxed.
For thirty years the health care providers have been giving kickbacks to the insurance companies but the IRS did not think this was wrong because it became the industry standard of doing business. This
standard has allowed the health care industry to plunder the rest of the Nation, in the past thirty years its share of GDP grew from 8% to 18%.
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