Biden & Media Lying About Economy

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  1. 1) Link in U.S. Code to buying stock in the Federal Reserve for the Alaska Territory, it’s all Private owned by the gangster bankers being run from the City of London where even the Queen had to ask permission to enter. Also tells you where to find Federal Reserve Act. I learned in school you can’t own stock in the Federal Government.
    Scroll down to S81A Alaska then to Sections 19 as shown
    “”Sec. 19. [Federal Reserve Act; amendment.] The first paragraph of section 2 of the Federal Reserve Act (38 Stat. 251) is amended by striking out the last sentence thereof and inserting in lieu of such sentence the following: ‘When the State of Alaska is hereafter admitted to the Union the Federal Reserve districts shall be readjusted by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System in such manner as to include such State. Every national bank in any State shall, upon commencing business or within ninety days after admission into the Union of the State in which it is located, become a member bank of the Federal Reserve System by subscribing and paying for stock in the Federal Reserve bank of its district in accordance with the provisions of this Act and shall thereupon be an insured bank under the Federal Deposit Insurance Act, and failure to do so shall subject such bank to the penalty provided by the sixth paragraph of this section.'”

    2) So give unto Caesar what is Caesar’s, but what if Caesar says you don’t have to give unto Caesar?
    Help for workers that still claim to be U.S. Persons apparently interchangeable from U.S. Citizen, as that is the purpose of the W-9
    Wages are not a withholdable item, meaning they are not taxable either. This can be found on the W-9 form where a person must claim as being an “Other”. What’s an other you say, well they tell you to see instructions. You won’t find anything on the six pages specific to the term “Other” they skirt it pretty effectively. Look under Line 3 and see. So you go to Instructions for Requester head to page 2 bottom left hand side under heading
    “Payees Exempt From Backup Withholding”

    Where it states this
    “The following payees are exempt from backup withholding with
    respect to the payments below, and should enter the
    corresponding exempt payee code on Form W-9. You may rely
    on the payee’s claim of exemption unless you have actual
    knowledge that the exempt payee code and/or classification
    selected are not valid, or if they are inconsistent with each other”

    Cont on top right of page 3
    “In that case, you may rely on the Form W-9 for purposes of
    obtaining the payee’s TIN, but you must treat the payee as

    It goes on about the exempt codes that only apply to FATCA Reporting which starts in section 4 of the W-9 and doesn’t apply to “Other”s. Moving on to top left side of page 3 under heading
    “Payments Exempt From Backup Withholding”

    Go down to the heading
    “Other types of payment.”
    The very first bullet point will state this
    “• Wages.”

    They will not show you the Instructions for Requester unless asked. Maybe occasionally, but even in IRS states on this form under “Individual Taxpayer Identification Number” section on Page 2, under “Substitute form W-9” starting at the top Right of page 2 you will find this where they state and provide the information about not having to provide this 4 page “Instructions for Requester” information stating this

    “If you use a substitute form, you are required to provide the
    Form W-9 instructions to the payee only if he or she requests
    them. However, if the IRS has notified the payee that backup
    withholding applies, then you must instruct the payee to strike
    out the language in the certification that relates to
    underreporting. This instruction can be given orally or in writing.
    See item 2 of the Certification on Form W-9. You can replace
    “defined below” with “defined in the instructions” in item 3 of the
    Certification on Form W-9 when the instructions will not be
    provided to the payee except upon request. For more
    information, see Rev. Proc. 83-89,1983-2 C.B. 613; amplified by
    Rev. Proc. 96-26, which is on page 22 of Internal Revenue
    Bulletin 1996-8 at”

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