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A: If you were born in one of the 50 states [view all 50 states] that make up the United States of America that makes you an American National. As such you are not legally obligated or mandated to pay federal income tax or file a 1040 tax return. [26 CF1.871-1(a)] The first time you file a 1040 you elect to join the “Tax Club”. Unfortunately we are led to believe this is “law” and we are all required to be tax paying citizens. This is far from the truth and we will legally get you Revocated (removed) from the lie.

A: A legal process established by the United States Congress that allows most state Citizens to be once again classified by the IRS as legal non-taxpayers. If you were born in the United States of America, this does not include territories or District of Columbia [what are the US territories] then you are considered an American National. It is our right under the Constitution as an American National to elect to be treated as U.S. residents for purposes of determining their income tax liability. [26 CFR §1.871-1(a)].This is on a voluntary basis, unfortunately what they fail to tell you once you file your first 1040 income tax return with the IRS, you elected to opt yourself into the federal tax club. The ROE process revocates or removes you from the taxpayers club legally returning you to your American National status legally.

A: We have a W4 process for this. It will provide you with the necessary documents to give your employer to stop the withholdings. 

A: Once you submit the correct documentation and become revocated (removed) from the tax system,  the IRS must legally remove you from the federal income tax system. (see what is Revocation of Election)

A: No. Once the ROE has been filed and completed and you will no longer be obligated to pay any tax that is reported on or through the filing of your form 1040 or any IRS forms.

A: If you file a form 1040 with the IRS and complete the ROE process you will no longer be legally obligated to file federal income taxes. This also includes individuals receiving a 1099.

A: Yes. These are not collected by the IRS on a form 1040.

A: No. You will maintain your social security number as it is used for many other purposes (i.e. personal credit, applying for credit, mortgage loans, etc.) The ROE process has nothing to do with your social security number. 

A: Yes. The Social Security guidelines state that after 40 quarters (10 years) you are vested in the system. We highly recommend that you plan for your retirement in other ways also. The Social Security is based on what you paid in so when you stop legally paying  your benefits will be calculated on previous payments.

A: No. The ROE process has nothing whatsoever to do with your driver license.

A: No. The ROE process has nothing whatsoever to do with your passport.

A: No. The ROE process has nothing whatsoever to do with your credit report or scores.

A: No. this process has nothing to do with you car tags or the registration whatsoever. You will still pay your car registration as it becomes due each year. The ROE only exempts you from taxes that you file on a form 1040.

A: There is no difference basically they are the same. It is just different terms used interchangeably by different agencies. 

A: No. Once the ROE process is complete you will never be responsible for federal income tax.

A: Yes. Your federal taxes are still owed for past years. Let’s say you owe no back taxes but you filed your taxes for the year, before filing the Revocation of Election (ROE), you must still pay the taxes on the year you filed before you became revocated. (ask us about our back tax program)

A: It doesn’t affect student loans. As student loans are approved or disapproved based on many factors, not your tax status. If they require your tax return you will just use bank statements to prove your income.

A: In general, our documentation preparation only takes a week or two. Once documents are filed the IRS has 60 days to dispute your ROE. Time frames may vary depending on the individual situation.

A: Once we have received the questionnaire and determine your eligibility, one of our service representatives will discuss the fee with you.

A: A legal non-taxpayer is an American National that has never opted in to the federal tax club. This means they have never filed a 1040 tax return with the IRS, or they have revocated (ROE) themselves from the tax system. (See What is Revocation of Election).

A: Legal taxpayers are those whom are within the exclusive jurisdiction of the National Government, this is only the District of Columbia and U.S. Territories. American Nationals are considered legal non-taxpayers when born in the United States of America, if at any time they elected to join the tax club by filing a form 1040 they have now elected to become legal taxpayers. Revenue laws 26 USC and 26 CFR. Revocation of election is key to exit the US tax club. Expatriate.