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SSN NOT MANDATORY!!

Dear Jamie:

Regarding:
Today, for the first time, I refused to give my SSN to someone. <snip

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Good for you!!!!  For all who are following this issue closely, or are
considering taking back their rights to privacy, I call to your attention
the following reminder from my 1996 archives. SSNs are NOT mandatory, and
there is case precedent to back it up, as well as US Code etc.  This is
just a small bit of the supporting documentation available. READ ALL OF
THIS!!

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In Texas, the Justice Department argued for the EEOC (Equal Employment
Opportunity Commission) against an employer who had, under IRS advice,
refused to hire an individual who would not provide a social security
number. The complaint was styled as a DISCRIMINATION action.

The discrimination involves both religious convictions, and national
origins.

The IRS refused to appear in court to defend its advice to the employer,
who immediately folded when confronted in court with a team of Justice
Department lawyers suing him for discrimination. (Who wants to be in court
against the Justice Department without any legal facts to stand on ?)

The case proves beyond the shadow of any doubt whatsoever that it is NOT
necessary to use a social security number in association with your personal
finances and earnings, IF YOU CHOOSE NOT TO !

EXCERPTS FROM EEOC vs. Information Systems Consulting, Inc.

CA3-92-0169-T

IN THE

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

NORTHERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS

DALLAS DIVISION

1. From the EEOC's Letter of Determination, Dated May 2, 1990 (p.2):

 "The evidence supports the charge that there is a violation of Title VII
of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, as amended,... Section 706(b) of Title VII
requires that if the commission determines there is a reasonable cause to
believe that the charge is true, it shall endeavor to eliminate the alleged
unlawful employment practice by informal methods, of conference,
conciliation, and persuasion, having determined there is reasonable cause
to believe the charge is true, the Commission now invites the parties to
join with it in a collective effort toward a just  resolution of this
matter."

2. From the Affidavit of Tim Fitzpatrick, September 29, 1989 (p.3):

 "After discussions with the IRS, the company discovered that if Mr. Hanson
did not provide the company with a Social Security number, the company
would be in violation of the Internal Revenue Regulations and subject to
various penalties."

3. From the Plaintiff's Response to Defendant's Motion to Dismiss, April 1,
1992 (p.8-9)

 "....the Internal Revenue Code and the Regulations promulgated pursuant to
the code do not contain an absolute requirement that an employer provide an
employee social security number to the IRS. Internal Revenue Code Section
6109(a)(3) states:

 'Any person required under the authority of this title to make a return,
statement or other document with respect to another person, shall request
from such person, and include in any such return, statement
or document, such identifying number as may be prescribed for securing
proper identification of such person. 26 U.S.C. 6109(a)(3) (Supp. 1992)' "

The IRS regulation interpreting section 6109 provides:

 "If he does not know the taxpayer identifying number of the other person,
he shall request such number of the other person. A request should state
that the identifying number is required to be furnished under the law. When
the person filing the return, statement, or other document does not know
the number of the other person, and has complied with the request provision
of this paragraph, he shall sign an affidavit on the transmittal document
forwarding such returns, statements, or other documents to the Internal
Revenue Service so stating.."

Treas. Reg. 301.6109-1(c) (1991):

 "The applicable IRS statute and regulation place a duty on the employer to
request a taxpayer identifying number from the employee. If document must
be filed and the employer has been unable to obtain the number but has made
the request then the employer need only include as affidavit stating that
the
request was made."

The Government also avers that:

 "In 1989, Internal Revenue Code Section 6676, 26 U.S.C. and 6676 (1989),
set forth the penalties for failing to supply the IRS with identifying
numbers as required by the code....a $50.00 penalty will be imposed for
failure of an employer to provide an identifying number on any document
filed with the IRS unless it is shown that the failure was due to
reasonable cause and not willful neglect. The Treasury Regulation
interpreting the Statute states:

 'Under Section 301.609-1(c) a payor is required to request the identifying
number of the payee.  If after such a request has been made, the payee does
not furnish the payor with his identifying number, the  penalty will not be
assessed against the payor.'"

Treas. Reg. 3106676-1 (1989):

 "Public Law 101-239, Title VII, Section 7711(b)(1), Dec 19, 1989, 103
Stat. 2393, repealed Section 6676 of the Internal Revenue Code, 26 USC 6723
(Supp. 1992) has governed the failure to comply with information reporting
requirement. However, Internal Revenue Code Section 6724, 26 USC 6724
(Supp.
1992), provides for a waiver of any penalties assessed under the code upon
a showing of reasonable cause. Section 6724(a) provides:

 'No penalty shall be imposed under this part with respect to any  failure
if it is shown that such failure is due to reasonable cause and not willful
neglect. 26 USC 6724(a) (Supp. 1992)' "

4.) From the Consent Decree, dated November 4, 1992 (p.4)

 "The defendant ... shall be permanently enjoined from terminating an
employee or refusing to hire an individual for failure to provide a social
security number.... If an employee or applicant for employment advises the
defendant that he does not have a social security number....., the
defendant shall request, pusuant to Section 6724 of the Internal Revenue
Service Code {sic}, 26 USC 6724, a waiver of any penalties that may be
imposed for failing to include an employee social security number on forms
and documents submitted to the IRS."

Sooooooooooooooo:

SSNs are NOT mandatory, and if someone is worried about not obtaining such
a number from you, all he must do is prepare a statement saying that he
asked for it and was unable to obtain it. End of story.

It might be a good idea to look up these statutes and code references and
have them handy... just in case.

Have a wonderful day and God bless!

Michele

 

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