Wednesday, May 22, 2013

HEY I.R.S.! Is a PO BOX on An Indian Reservation Good Enough To Not Pay State Taxes?

I'm just asking.     There are more mailboxes than households of people living on the rez.  What are the chances?  I mean, if a former tribal chairwoman takes a thousand slots worth, say $5,000 apiece and pays no taxes on that gain, isn't that a better place to look than, say...the TEA PARTY?

How many have mailboxes on the rez, but not their permanent residences?

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Anonymous said...

So these crooks keep a mailbox on the reservation to evade paying State tax?does your Chief do it?what a greedy group of soon before another family is kicked out so Raymond and his gang will get more money?

Anonymous said...

How dare you infer Raymond is a crook. I'll have you know he's a, 'Holy Man'! You know. Holy shit, I can't believer I fooled everyone into voting out the Mirandas and Hunters.