|tax resisters in cohousing||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: SCN User (heidimoscn.org)|
|Date: Wed, 27 Dec 1995 10:17:13 -0600|
i'm delurking after several months. my name is heidi, & i'm a 32 year old acupuncturist/musician. i currently live in cooperative housing in seattle. i'm interested in living in cohousing, and i'm curious if anyone on this list is a tax-resister, or if you know anyone in cohousing who is a tax-resister. i'm interested particularly in the ownership issue. for those unfamiliar with tax resistance, it is a political/moral choice to withold part of, or all of one's federal income tax, as a protest against government spending on war. for most, it is an act of conscience. tax resisters sometimes have their property seized, if they own anything, and if the i.r.s. has determined that they are in debt. the obvious solution is not to own anything. the question is, how can one live in cohousing without "owning" property that can be seized? any information would be appreciated. peace, & happy holy-day of your choice. --heidi -- visit my web page! http://www.scn.org/fremont/acu/welcome.html
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