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TAXES: State

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What is the difference between Excess Proceeds and simple Municipal Theft? Can a town foreclose on a property worth multiple times the debt owed and simply keep the proceeds? How many constitutionally protected rights does such "excess proceeds

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The income tax is a terrible affront, of course. It is based on the odious idea that when you earn money, you owe it – to people who didn't work for it but who have the power to take it.

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International Man - Doug Casey

Theft is defined as "the taking of another person's property or services without that person's permission or consent." Almost invariably, governments pass tax laws and set tax rates without any consultation with the citizenry.