Please find attached Terrence Brannon's revised form W-4V. In case you are not familiar with this type of W-4 form, it's almost identical to form W-4 "exempt" - with very slight exceptions. I sent you two W-4V forms applicable to Terrence - one is yellow highlighted to highlight the sections on the form instructions applicable to Terrence. I've never had a problem with any company or their ADP 'type' of payroll service company, and of course, the W-4V is an authorized IRS form.
ADP might not want Terrence's W-4V form with yellow highlights on it, so may I suggest that you send ADP both the highlighted version and the non-highlighted version, as the highlighted version may assist ADP to see where the form says Terrence has the legal right to submit this IRS form.
Terrence has accumulated excessive W-4 withholding amounts for 2018 to date in excess to what he will owe in income taxes so he needs to stop all further W-4 withholding deductions from his paychecks, which this W-4V form will accomplish. Terrence has approved and consented to having his W-4 type withholding deductions stopped. When an employee stops W-4 (federal) withholding deductions from their paychecks this action typically also stops one's state withholding deductions, but we will have to see how ADP handles Terrence's state withholding deductions as each state has their own way of dealing with state withholdings.
After further analysis of Terrence's tax situation for 2019, he may wish to submit a 2019 W-4 and commence withholding deductions again. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. Thank you for assisting Terrence with this change.
As you should be aware, I emailed your W-4V form(s) to Jasmine two days ago. I have not received any feed back from Jasmine. I didn't request any immediate reply from her. I'm not necessarily expecting any response from her and I'll assume Jasmine has forwarded your W-4V form to ADP. As of this email to you -- no news from Jasmine or ADP is good news. No news sent to me about your W-4V I'll assume means your W-4V has been received by ADP, assuming Jasmine forwarded it immediately upon her receiving it. So, for the moment, and assuming your W-4V will be acted upon in a positive way, here's my question to you:
When should you receive your next paycheck or your direct (paycheck) deposit into your bank account? Btw, how you receive your paycheck is irrelevant and has nothing to do with the W-4V we are trying to get Jack and ADP to accept.
The reason I'm asking you is because there is a strong possibility that you and I will not receive any comments or feed back from Jack, Jasmine, or ADP on your W-4V submittal. What should happen is that your next paycheck (regardless of its form or how you get paid) should reflect that no W-4 withholding amounts have been deducted from your paycheck(s). Because this is a probable likelihood, and assuming I hear nothing in the mean time form Jasmine (speaking for ADP and or maybe for Jack), please contact me after you get your next paycheck that will indicate what was or wasn't deducted from your paycheck.
I am not aware of any W-4 tax law that says Jack, Jasmine, or ADP has any legal right whatsoever, to deny your W-4V "stop withholding" request - FYI. If ADP does stop all of your W-4 type w-holdings, then there is a good chance that they will also stop all of your "state" withholding amounts also, because of how state w-holding laws piggy-back off of and are related and connected to your federal W-4 w-holdings. I / we may have to deal with state w-holdings, but let's cross that bridge if and when we have to.
When do you receive your next paycheck?
Re: your question -- The ROE is not for the constructive trust named TERRENCE MONROE BRANNON. It is for Terrence, the living man. The IRS is income taxing TERRENCE. They are not income taxing Terrence. But where is the expressly written "contract" agreement between Terrence, the living man, and the IRS, that says Terrence agrees to pay the income taxes the IRS is claiming TERRENCE owes? There really is no valid "contract" between Terrence and the IRS because the IRS never gave "full disclosure" to Terrence on who or what really was being income taxed.
However, because Terrence thought he was being income taxed, he sent the IRS a form 1040 which is a form only required by "taxpayers," thus, the IRS thinks Terrence is under contract with them as a "taxpayer" because he "volunteered" or "ELECTED" to be treated "AS THOUGH" he was a taxpayer when Terrence has never been legally obligated to file a 1040 tax return because all income Terrence thought he received from employers or from contracting work was actually paid to TERRENCE. All businesses are "fiction" structures. Fictions can only deal with other fictions like TERRENCE that only exist on paper only. The world of commerce and trade is all under the rules and regulations of commerce such as the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) and many other layers of state, federal, municipal, and local business codes and rules. This is the world of "fiction."
The business world (IRS) operates under the world of "fiction" a.k.a. the Matrix. Terrence, the God created living man, has the option when he chooses to do so, to operate within the world of "facts." The world of facts always trumps the world of fiction. The government created TERRENCE and whoever creates something, in general, owns and controls that which they created, thus, TERRENCE has no God given unalienable rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness (and property) because God did not create TERRENCE. Don't ever forget the chain of command here. God created man and man created states and governments and then laws that were supposed to protect man's God given rights, so it's a legal impossibility for man to make laws that would take away his fellow man's God given un - a- lien - able rights, such as his right to keep his "private property" income earned from the "private sector" in a state of the union (not in D.C.) with no hand out "benefits" from the fiction government in D.C. or Colorado. You, as a man, (not a fiction) are not in the IRS's jurisdiction, unless you wish to volunteer to be treated "AS THOUGH" you are a "U.S. citizen" -- meaning a D.C. citizen where the IRS just happens to be located. All laws are based on "jurisdiction." Here in Texas, all liquor stores have to close at 9 pm. In other states, liquor stores can be open all night. Do you get my drift on this jurisdiction thing?
ROEs just apply to living men and women - applicable to IRS form 1040 - the "Individual" Income Tax Return. However, related to METALEVEL, if you empty all of the profits from this structure / company at its year end so it has no net income or taxable income / profits, this company would not owe a tax. When I say "empty," I mean payout all profits to you in bonuses or salary so META has no taxable net income. All income or bonuses paid to you is irrelevant to you on a tax basis because you would report this income on a form 1040, but after you file your ROE, you will be a legal non-taxpayer with no legal obligation to file a form 1040 and or pay an income tax. You could transfer or payout all of META"S profits and net income to you and regardless of the amount META pays you personally as an "individual" in salary or bonuses, you would owe no income taxes on the income received from META, with no form 1040 being filed with the IRS by you.
Whether META files it's own type of tax return or is part of your Schedule C on your 1040 tax return, what I said above applies either way. After your ROE is filed, just pay yourself a salary and bonuses to eliminate all taxable income applicable to META. No matter how much Terrence is paid from whatever sources, you will never owe any income taxes as a legal non-taxpayer.
Federal income tax removed.
The DS 11 application will not tell you what to do to get the kind of P-port you seem to be looking for. As usual, the federales in D.C. - P-port dept., doesn't want the unwashed masses to know how to get alternative kinds of P-ports. To get the kind of P-port I think you're looking for, you have to fill out the DS 11 a certain way. It's all in how you fill out the DS 11 app., so I've heard. I've never done this but I intend to when time prevails.
There's a video on how to do this. I'll have to look for it and send it to you under separate cover.
The state w-holding and income taxes are a bigger scam than the federal w-holding and income taxes. See: Consolidated Annual Financial Reports CAFR accounts for any state. States take in at least twice as much in forms of taxes than are paid out to government employees and all state services. All states have hundreds of millions and some state's have billions on the asset side of their balance sheets - accumulated since all governments went to a double entry bookkeeping method of accounting in 1947, after Elliot Ness busted Al Capone and got his "books." This is where the government (all governments in the states) learned how to "cook" the books. All states are run as private corporations with a goal to rape and pillage and extort from the masses as much as possible. States take in so many more millions than they spend on services - they could end all property taxes and actually pay dividends to all the state residents $1,000 dividend to every resident in their state for the next 15 years and they still would have multi-million dollar reserves. Google CAFR.com (I think) and learn about the biggest scam ever perpetrated on all state Citizens. Excess state income taxes and many other excess state taxes have been accumulating and compounding since 1947 at about 10 to 12% a year. All of these millions and billions belong to the state Citizens, but the state government officials never disclose these billions in excess balance sheet profits and retained earnings. There is no need for any state to have a state income tax -- because of what comes in from all other various revenue streams. So why do they have state income taxes? Because the people who run governments are all crooks who go along to get along. They are there to generate profits off the backs of the workers. All governments are all private for profit businesses. The people in the states are only there to be "harvested." The state does not need your taxes and nor should they even have an income tax. It's there because people are that stupid - thinking their government needs income taxes to run the government - 100% bull shit. Do any of the state "sheeple" look to see what their state or city or county government (all have CAFR balance sheet reports) had in tax revenues that can be accessed on line - all public information - brought in in taxes and what went out in costs to run their government. For every state, county, or municipal government that spent a dollar to run their governments annually - anywhere from 2 to 6 dollars was generated in all sources of state taxes since 1947, and all of these huge excess annual profits have been invested in the stock markets around the world in sweetheart deals - now - compound these excess million dollar annual excess profits invested around the world along with the profits and dividends being generated and reinvested since 1947 - and you will learn that the states and the fed government own just about everything. Look at their CAFR balance sheets - states bought millions of dollars of Apple when it was $10 a share.They own everything - absolutely need no money from state citizens in income taxes - but they keep charging the unwashed masses -- because the people don't ever check the books to see how many millions / billions the states own in assets, and, because they can. You think the 1040 tax is a scam? You ain't seen nothing yet until you look at the CAFR statements - available to the public.
Re: Terrance Brannon and his Colorado state withholding situation
As is the case with most of the states, Colorado does not have a state withholding form and what was withheld from Terrance's paychecks / direct deposits in 2018 was most likely based on what his W-4 withholding deduction amounts were. It's been my experience Jasmine that when a company like yours gives a W-4V to ADP on Terrance's behalf like you did recently that stopped his federal withholding amounts from being deducted from his paychecks, that Terrance's W-4V you forwarded to ADP should have also automatically stopped ADP from deducting his Colorado state withholding amounts.
I don't know why ADP didn't do this, but they didn't, so we move on. It is also my understanding that ADP does not want to deal directly with me or Terrance. Terrance did try to call ADP a few weeks ago when we were dealing with Terrance's W-4 changes and ADP instructed Terrance to go through you or Jack with his proposed W-4 changes. ADP has changed Terrance's W-4 deductions so we both thank you for your assistance on making that happen.
Here is what I think has to be done to get Terrance's state withholding deductions stopped now that we know Colorado does not have a withholding form. I believe that if you send an email message to your ADP contact - just telling them to stop withholding state withholding amounts from Terrance, I believe they will stop. ADP has absolutely no say in this matter as they are just a payroll service obligated to follow instructions given to them by your company's employees - directed from Terrance to you and then from you to ADP. It's that simple - no state withholding form is needed, especially when no Colorado state withholding form exists. Terrance cannot give you, me, or ADP a stop withholding form when no form exists.
Your message to ADP is quite simple:
Dear ADP Person, Our employee, Mr. Terrance Brannon (employee #_______), wishes to change the withholding agreement he had in 2018 with the state of Colorado effective immediately. The 2018 state withholding agreement between Mr. Brannon and Colorado expired on December 31, 2018, thus, there is no existing withholding agreement presently between Mr. Brannon and the state of Colorado. There is no such thing as a state of Colorado withholding agreement form - to be given to ADP as no such form exists, therefore, please let this email message to you and ADP be the understanding and the agreement between ADP and Mr. Brannon whereby no withholding amounts shall be deducted from his direct deposits (paychecks) until further notice from Mr. Brannon instructing ADP to do so. If you have a problem fulfilling Mr. Brannon's wishes on this subject, please inform me as soon as possible.
We thank you for your assistance on this matter,
I would think your message something like this to ADP is all that needs to be done to get ADP to stop Terrance's state withholding deductions. Let me know if you think otherwise, or have a better idea. Terrance and I appreciate your efforts on this.
Terrance's tax consultant.