Epic: This is the tax return that “Every Single American” should file next year About Latest Posts Joshua RiddleCo-founder of Young Conservatives. Graduate of Dartmouth College. Read more Latest posts by Joshua Riddle (see all) This Tweet About The NFL Will Make You Lose Faith In Humanity (She’s Probably A Democrat) - January 28, 2015 I am begging you to watch Bill Whittle destroy gun control…it’s that IMPORTANT - January 27, 2015 Muslims are outraged at Michelle Obama for what she just did while in Saudi Arabia - January 27, 2015 Powered by Starbox If they can do it, why can’t we? UPDATE: It looks like this picture was originally created by @BuzzPo! 7.1k SHARES Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter From Around the Web William Obozo would have a stroke if a 100 million or so did this next year. http://fsmpodcast.com FSM Podcast Indeed he would. The average tax *refund* was just shy of $3000 dollars in 3013. Ugly math on this says the feds get to keep 300 billion extra! Chris Leiter This is the wrong form. This one says its for people with no dependents. Where’s the one for those of us who pay taxes to provide food stamps for 47 million dependents? AOSean I’ll be filing this, as should everyone. Then we can get rid of the IRS and all it’s corruption. Flat Tax, Fair Tax or even abolish the Federal Tax System all together. Pick one. http://fsmpodcast.com FSM Podcast Have fun with your audit. ExRepug Then be prepared for the penalties that result from nonfiling. What is posted above is not, by law, a “return.” In fact, that could earn you the frivolous filing penalty — a $10,000 penalty on top of all the other sanctions. AOSean You’re an idiot Obviously the IRS would come after anyone that did this, but if everyone did it, they’d be overwhelmed. ExRepug You would be amazed at what a computing center can do these days. The United States Tax Court rejected a similar purported “return” just a few days ago in Salzer v. Commissioner. It seems that the taxpayers had a change of heart after they began to appreciate the legal consequences of their stunt, and the court nicely explained to them that it was upholding the IRS assessment based on what they actually filed, not what they shoulda coulda filed. By the way, I need to correct my post. The frivolous filing penalty has been increased to $25,000. Rachel Irene Renee Wright I just wish everyone had the balls to do it. http://fsmpodcast.com FSM Podcast Or had a sufficient lack of brain cells. Stu Wow. Witty. I’m simply floored. Rachel Irene Renee Wright Im not quite sure how to take that. Are you being witty or acknowledging my comment? Rsmary Isn’t it sad that we fear our government and we can never do this… but we have real criminals in the White House that is now an Out House UptightTO ExRepug is right..the return seen above is not lawful and will land you in a heap of trouble…but isn’t that the point? Rule of law and taxes are applied in full measure with respect to the average citizen but not those on the inside and well connected. The answer is to repeal the 16th amendment and force tens of thousands of unionized treasury agents and tax lawyers find other meaningful work.