Veritas News – (Eng) Taxpayer: The Deception of Being a Taxpayer

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By: Belly of Fire

The Deception of Being a Taxpayer

If you were to ask someone if they are a taxpayer, almost in every case, they would say yes.  Most people say they are taxpayers without reservation.  They also think that because they are taxpayers, it gives them certain rights and it is their duty (i.e. I’m a taxpayer, you can’t treat me this way).  Senators, Representatives, Congressman, Governors, Presidents, and other political leaders talk about taxpayers and people listening think in their head, they are talking about me.  This is also the same for documents created to taxpayers by government and non government entities.

People don’t think about what a taxpayer means or they use a regular dictionary for the definition (see this definition for confusion  They don’t realize that this is a legal term with a definition that has significant meaning and limitations.

Since I live in Kansas, I looked up the meaning of taxpayer in Kansas Statutes and I found 8 definitions.  I also looked up the meaning in Federal statutes and I found 3.  That is 11 definitions of 1 word, taxpayer, which most of them are different.

Take a look at your State statutes for the definitions.

Let’s look at them.

Kansas Statutes:





(12) “taxpayer” means:

(A) Any business entity authorized to do business in the state of Kansas which is subject to the state income tax imposed by the provisions of the Kansas income tax act;

(B) any individual subject to the state income tax imposed by the provisions of the Kansas income tax act;

(C) any national banking association, state bank, trust company or savings and loan association paying an annual tax on its net income pursuant to article 11 of chapter 79 of the Kansas Statutes Annotated; or

(D) any insurance company paying the premium tax and privilege fees imposed pursuant to K.S.A. 40-252, and amendments thereto; and

[end excerpt; emphasis added]

When you read things pertaining to law, you will see terms that must be defined.  Don’t assume that the meaning you are familiar with is the meaning.

Did you notice in (B) it says individual subject to.  Are you a subject?  This will be discussed later in this article.

Example of a term that needs to be defined; reading (B) you may think an Individual is a human being.  When you look up the definition in the statutes, you will find in almost all cases, an Individual is a person and fictional entities like estates, corporations, trusts, and such.

When you look up person, in almost all cases, it is an Individual and fictional entities like estates, corporations, trusts, and such.

Sometimes, you can’t find the definition in the statute because they are “hidden” or just not there.  Example, I searched for “Individual means” for Chapter 74 and then Chapter 74 article 50 (which is the current one we are looking at) and it was not found.

I looked up the definition in Blacks Law Dictionary, 2nd Edition, 1891 and Bouvier’s Law Dictionary, 1856 (both available here to download for free to look at the earliest meaning before most of the changes were made to current law dictionaries.

Bouvier’s Law dictionary 1856


PERSON. This word is applied to men, women and children, who are called natural persons. In law, man and person are not exactly-synonymous terms. Any human being is a man, whether he be a member of society or not, whatever may be the rank he holds, or whatever may be his age, sex….  A person is a man considered according to the rank he holds in society, with all the rights to which the place he holds entitles him, and the duties which it imposes.

2. It is also used to denote a corporation which is an artificial person.

[end excerpt]

Blacks Law Dictionary, 2nd Edition, 1891


PERSON. A man considered according to the rank he holds in society, with all the rights to which the place he holds entitles him, and the duties which it imposes.

A human being considered as capable of having rights and of being charged with duties; while a “thing” is the object over which rights may be exercised.

-Artificial persons. Such as are created and devised by law for the purposes of society and government, called “corporations” or “bodies politic.” -Natural persons. Such as are formed by nature, as distinguished from artificial persons, or corporations. -Private persons. An individual who is not the incumbent of an office.

[end excerpt]


INDIVIDUAL. As a noun, this term denotes a single person as distinguished from a group or class, and also, very commonly, a private or natural person as distinguished from a partnership, corporation, or association; but it is said that this restrictive signification is not necessarily inherent in the word, and that it may, in proper cases, include artificial persons.

[end excerpt]

So when you see person or individual, it can mean a fiction (artificial) or a natural person.  You may think that an artificial person only refers to a corporation and not to you because you are not incorporated.  This is only half true.

Government has limited power (jurisdiction) over The People (see the State Constitution where you inhabit and the U.S. Constitution).  If it can get you to claim to be an artificial person, then it can get jurisdiction over you.

This happens in many ways and I will share a few.  An artificial person is created and or declared with a birth certificate, social security number, filing Pro Se, (Latin for represents itself instead of In Propia Persona – represents himself), filing income taxes, signing W-4s & W-9s, etc.

So, you can be an artificial person, if you claim to be, without being incorporated.  The government loves it and it helps them to grow larger because they have more to manage.

If taxpayer is defined as a person or individual and this really means an artificial, then a human being with Unalienable Rights is unknowingly waiving them.

Check out “It’s an Illusion” by John Harris on or another video hosting website for a better explanation on this person topic.

Let’s continue looking at Kansas Statutes.



Chapter 79.–TAXATION

Article 32.–INCOME TAX

79-32,201. Tax credit for alternative-fueled motor vehicle property expenditures.

(6)  “Taxpayer” means any person who owns and operates a qualified alternative-fueled vehicle licensed in the state of Kansas or who makes an expenditure for a qualified alternative-fuel fueling station.

[end excerpt]

In my other article, I mentioned the meaning of State and how most times it refers to the Federal Government (United States).  When you see this being used, then it means, jurisdictionally, it only applies to the Federal State, territories, and other land ceded to it.  Notice state being used in the definition of Taxpayer.

Click these links to see my other article Kansas Income Tax Fraud Part 1 and Part 2 on  You can also search on the website for this title to locate the article.



Chapter 79.–TAXATION


79-4301. Multistate tax compact.

As used in this compact:

(1)   “State” means a state of the United States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or any territory or possession of the United States.

(3)  “Taxpayer” means any corporation, partnership, firm, association, governmental unit or agency or person acting as a business entity in more than one state.

[end excerpt]





74-99b33. Definitions.

(q)  “Taxpayer” means a person, corporation, limited liability company, S corporation, partnership, registered limited liability partnership, foundation, association, nonprofit entity, sole proprietorship, business trust, group or other entity that is subject to the Kansas income tax act, K.S.A. 79-3201 et seq. and amendments thereto.

[end excerpt]



Chapter 79.–TAXATION


79-4216. Mineral severance tax; definitions.

(m) “Taxpayer” means any person liable for the taxes imposed by this act.

[end excerpt]



Chapter 79.–TAXATION


79-3602. Definitions.

(qq)     “Taxpayer” means any person obligated to account to the director for taxes collected under the terms of this act.

[end excerpt]



Chapter 79.–TAXATION


79-305a. Rendition preparers; definitions.

(d)  “Taxpayer” means any person contracting with a personal property tax rendition form preparer to prepare a personal property tax rendition form on [such person’s behalf or to assist in the preparation of such form.]*

[end excerpt]

To be continued…

Taxpayer – Pt. 2





(c)  As used in this section, “taxpayer” means any person who owns any real property or tangible property within the district who pays taxes assessed on such property.

[end excerpt]

That ends the Kansas Statutes that I found regarding the meaning of taxpayer.  By claiming to be a taxpayer in Kansas, you may be claiming to fit within all these definitions and you may be claiming to be an artificial person (fiction).

As you can see, taxpayer does not mean one that pays taxes.  There are 50 States and the Federal Government land, just imagine the various definitions for each of them.  That is a lot of definitions for 1 word.  Welcome to the spider web.

When it comes to income tax, you are claiming to be an artificial person and the rest of the article will explain why.  Since the government can not lawfully tax your property, you need to claim to be an artificial person and claim that your property is something other than it is. Ex. Wages, Income, Real Estate…..  (See the Kansas Income Tax Fraud article for more information about these definitions).

Now to take a look at Federal Statutes.

Federal Statutes

TITLE 26 > Subtitle A > CHAPTER 1 > Subchapter Q > PART II > § 1313


(b) Taxpayer

Notwithstanding section 7701 (a)(14), the term “taxpayer” means any person subject to a tax under the applicable revenue law.

[end excerpt]

TITLE 26 > Subtitle F > CHAPTER 79 > § 7701


(14) Taxpayer

The term “taxpayer” means any person subject to any internal revenue tax.

[end excerpt]

Director’s Directive on Announcement 2008-18, FET Compliance Initiative,,id=188211,00.html



For purposes of this Directive, the term “Taxpayer” means a foreign insurer or reinsurer not engaged in a trade or business in the United States.

[end excerpt]

Internal Revenue Bulletin:  2009-1


.05 The term “taxpayer” means any person subject to any provision of the Internal Revenue Code, including an issuer of obligations the interest on which is excluded from gross income under § 103, and the taxpayer’s representatives.

[end excerpt]

There is a common theme to these Federal Statute’s and some of Kansas Statute’s definitions of taxpayer.  It is any person subject to.  You don’t find the definition that people think it means; a person that pays tax.  By claiming to be a taxpayer in regards to Federal Statutes, you are declaring to be a person and that you are subject to.

Here is a definition of subject.

Bouvier’s Law dictionary 1856


SUBJECT, contracts. The thing which is the object of an agreement. This term is used in the laws of Scotland.

SUBJECT, persons, government. An individual member of a nation, who is subject to the laws; this term is used in contradistiction to citizen, which is applied to the same individual when considering his political rights.

2. In monarchical governments, by subject is meant one who owes permanent allegiance to the monarch.

[end excerpt]

Append G of the Fedzone 11 says this about person and taxpayer in regards to Federal Statutes.



People generally consider the term “person” to mean an individual only.  But, IRC Section 7701, entitled “Definitions”, includes a corporation, a trust, an estate, a partnership, an association, or company as being a “person”.  All of these legal entities are “persons” at law, so it is legally correct but very misleading when the federal income (excise) tax on corporations is described by the deceptive title of “Personal Income Tax“.  This misleading description leads most people to believe that it means a tax on individuals.

[end excerpt]



The deceptive term “taxpayer” is a legal term created by combining the words “tax” and “payer”.  The general understanding of the term’s meaning is different from its legal definition in the IRC.  Section 7701(a)(14) gives the legal definition of the term “taxpayer” in relation to income tax.  It states:  “The term ‘taxpayer’ means any person subject to any internal revenue tax.”  (All internal revenue taxes are excise taxes.)  Note that the section does not say that all persons are “taxpayers” subject to internal revenue tax.  Corporations are “taxpayers”, for they are “persons” subject to an internal revenue (excise) tax.

The term “taxpayer” is used extensively throughout the IRC, in IRS publications, news articles, and instructional literature as a verbal trap to make uninformed Citizens believe that all individuals are subject to federal income tax and to the requirements of the IRC. …

The confusion about the meaning of the term leads most people to mistakenly assume that they are “taxpayers” because they pay other taxes such as sales taxes and real estate taxes.  Those people are tax payers, not “taxpayers” as defined in the IRC.  When they read articles and publications related to income tax, describing the legal requirements for “taxpayers”, they erroneously believe that the term applies to them as individuals. …

Corporations and other government?privileged legal entities are “taxpayers under the Internal Revenue Code”;  unprivileged individuals are not, unless they voluntarily file income tax returns showing they owe taxes, thus legally placing themselves in the classification of “taxpayers”.  Because of its legal definition, the term “taxpayer” should never be used in relation to income tax, except to describe those legal entities subject to a federal excise tax.

[end excerpt]

Have you heard people like Ron Paul or other so called Patriots that claim to be fighting for freedom but then say you are a taxpayer (not tax payer; look on their websites) while calling for small government?  You can’t be a taxpayer (declaring you are a fiction and subject to the government) and say “I have Rights and can’t be taxed”.

By using terms that are defined as something other than you think they are, you are waiving your freedom, your Rights and Privileges, and saying you are something that you are not.  If you are using a term, make sure you know the definition of it so that you don’t put yourself into a trap and waive your Rights. Always Reserve Your Rights.

Here are a few links that you will find useful and very informing on the subject of Person and Taxpayer.

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