Privilege Access Fee

July 17, 2018

Apus Theory Part 3 Released – FREE Partial Download

Summary Apus Theory is on how Canada’s individual income tax really works. This new Part 3 concludes Crown prerogative, public policy, and income tax law history support it. Part 3 uses 70 court cases and 10 law books. Some date from 1675. Most are on officers and public money. All […]
June 4, 2018

Taxing And Spending Powers Needs Income as Public Money

Summary Canada’s Parliament has both taxing and spending powers. But having both powers is relatively new. This did not exist in England for hundreds of years. Deeming individuals’ earnings as Canada’s public money allows Parliament to have both taxing and spending powers. Background – Taxing and Spending Powers Separated England […]
October 10, 2017

Officer Choice Equals Compliance in Blade Runner 2049

Summary In Blade Runner 2049, the LAPD verifies Officer K’s compliance at the end of every shift. Canada’s Income Tax Act (“ITA”) deems Canadians as ITA officers. CRA verifies such compliance annually. Compliance requires reporting all your income as belonging to Canada. Apu’s Theory concludes income tax is a privilege […]
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 […]