Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Which Form 8815 Nonresident

Instructions and Help about Which Form 8815 Nonresident

Music whites and associates presents who are non-resident alien individuals the United States government clearly states that non-resident aliens hold a different tax liability than a liability of both statutory US citizens and resident aliens it gets no clearer than what is stated at 26 CFR section 1.87 1-1 a non-resident alien individuals are taxable only on certain income from sources within the United States and on the income described in Section 864 C 4 from sources without the United States which is effectively connected for the taxable year with the conduct of a trade or business in the United States what the US Congress did not do was to use the actual definition of terms of this sentence so that Americans could more easily understand the proper context here is that regulation statement with the definition of terms substituted for a clear awareness of what it's really saying non-resident alien individuals American nationals are taxable only on certain income from sources within the United States the District of Columbia and on the income described in Section 864 C 4 from sources without the United States the District of Columbia which is effectively connected for the taxable year with the conduct of a trade or business the performance of the functions of a public office in the United States the District of Columbia basically American nationals those born in the constitutional republic or naturalized there are only liable for the federal income tax if they derive income that is effectively connected with federal employment by holding a public office in the District of Columbia as that is the seat of government the next sentence in this implementing regulation sheds even more light on the lack of tax liability that comes naturally to non-resident aliens however non-resident alien individuals may elect under Section 60 13 G or H to be treated as US residents for purposes of determining their income tax liability under chapters one five and twenty four of the code from this statement coupled with the fact that the income of u.s. resident aliens is strictly taxable from all sources it's apparent that a non-resident alien possesses the individual freedom to become a US taxpayer an option not afforded to statutory US citizens or US resident aliens as they're viewed as property of the national government and fall under the Dominion and control of the government from this an obvious question quickly arises just who is a non-resident alien the answer isn't quite so simple to find however we've solved that little for you the government's definition of a non-resident alien isn't really a definition at all 26 USC Section 7701 B 1 B States an individual is a non-resident alien if such individual is neither a citizen of the United States nor a resident of the United States this describes not what a non-resident alien is but rather what a non-resident alien is not it should send off alarm bells that the national government purposely avoids providing a clear definition of what a non-resident alien is only through the painstaking method of deduction can we the people determine a workable definition to this term and by doing so we can accurately state that a non-resident alien is someone who is born lives and works in the 50 states of the Union to give it a more recognizable term we encourage using the name American national we can determine this only after finding out that the Internal Revenue codes definition of the United States can mean only the District of Columbia and US territories thus returning to the government definition of a non-resident alien we can affirm that an American national is neither a citizen of the statutory United States meaning the District of Columbia nor a resident of DC so if you were born in say Arizona or Arkansas and still live there you're a non-resident of the District of Columbia and hence your alien to their municipal laws the sixteenth Amendment was never intended to draw American nationals into the federal jurisdiction due to the omission of the rule of apportionment and placed upon the national government by article 1 section 2 & 9 of the Constitution the use of non-resident alien individuals is the cryptic choice of words the national government uses to hide the fact that the federal income tax does not naturally apply to a vast majority of Americans it should be clearly understood that the corporate national government wants to develop and maintain as many taxpaying customers as possible to maximize their income as a consequence they try to be as a vasive as possible when asked how American Nationals become taxpayers and perhaps more importantly how these non-resident aliens can unelect their membership in the US tax club the US Congress has provided this option via an IRC statute for American nationals who wish to leave the US tax club and keep their hard-earned income for more information on how to exit the US tax club please see our youtube video on the revocation of 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