Income tax

September 4, 2017

Declining Income Sprinkling as Corporation Sole Can Reduce Taxes

Summary – Income Sprinkling Income sprinkling rules for Canada are changing. Those doing income sprinkling (as a corporation sole) will pay more taxes. Complaining about it just lets the Government continue obfuscating the tax laws. This is because declining income sprinkling can lower taxes to zero. Until the Government tells […]
August 28, 2017

Robert Marquis Passes Away – Is Income Tax Unconstitutional?

Robert Marquis: Summary Robert Marquis was 95. He passed away a few weeks ago. In his book, “Fraud Deception Manipulation”, he states, as a direct tax, Canada income tax being illegal and unconstitutional. His position is opposite to Apu’s Theory, our research on how Canada income tax seems to work. We […]
August 9, 2017

Debbie Anderson No Income Source As Tax Evasion Defence

  Summary – Debbie Anderson Tax Evasion Defence Debbie Anderson was charged with tax evasion. Her tax evasion defence analyzes what “income source” means. That term is undefined as “income” and “source” are undefined. Debbie Anderson had no income source. That means her taxable income is zero. However, they do […]
March 17, 2017

Fair Share of Income Tax – Did Trump Pay It?

Summary Donald Trump’s 2005 tax return shows him paying a 25% income tax rate. Some say he is not paying his fair share. But what percentage is fair? In 1941, Roosevelt raised the top marginal US income tax rate to 100%. Is that enough for being a fair share? And […]
January 31, 2017

A Privilege Access Fee – Is That Income Tax?

Summary A privilege access fee for accessing Canada Pension Plan and income tax related benefits from an office is what Canada’s income tax seems to be. Offices have certain privileges, powers, and duties. (If they did not, then there is no point in holding any office1). Income tax cannot be […]