American author, tax protester, 1996 Libertarian Party presidential aspirant

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Irwin Schiff - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Irwin Schiff is a prominent member of the United States group which refers to itself as the "tax honesty movement", and which is referred to by the Internal Revenue Service and other government agencies as the tax protester movement. Schiff is known for writing and promoting literature that claims the United States income tax is applied incorrectly. Schiff also runs a web site named "PayNoIncomeTax.com", which offers his various books for sale. He has lost several cases against the federal government and was convicted on tax evasion charges. In 2004, the attorney representing Schiff filed a brief claiming a diminished capacity defense. ..."

Biography

Who is Irwin Schiff?

Articles

"It's So Simple, It's Ridiculous": Taxing times for 16th Amendment rebels, by Brian Doherty, Reason, May 2004
"... Irwin Schiff ... is the man, the granddaddy, in many ways the Founding Father of the modern tax honesty movement. ... he became the first mass phenomenon of tax honesty with his 1982 book How Anyone Can Stop Paying Income Taxes, originally self-published and later distributed by Simon & Schuster."
Related Topic: Taxation

Interviews

Irwin Schiff: author, public speaker, presidential hopeful, by Randy Langhenry, Libertarian Party News, Nov 1994
"Approximately 45 million Americans now receive a paycheck each month from the federal government. Forty-two million for Social Security alone. This large voting bloc will be generally interested in protecting their unconstitutional subsidies, rather than honest and responsible government."

Videos


How an Economy Grows and Why It Doesn't, 19 Apr 2009
Comic book presentation of basic economics concepts, including an allegory of United States economic history in the 20th century
Related Topic: Economics

Peter Schiff on Irwin Schiff, by Jason Talley, The Motorhome Diaries, 17 Jul 2009
Peter talks about his father and the income tax with the Motorhome Diaries' crew