By signing up with the War Tax Boycott, you can publicly announce your refusal to pay taxes for war.
If you have a salaried job and you find the IRS owes you money every year, you are being over withheld. In order to reduce your withholding, you need to submit a new W-4 form to your employer claiming enough allowances so that you will owe the IRS and thus are in a position to refuse taxes. (Note: You only need to submit the lower portion of the form [pictured left])
This 3% tax will only appear on telephone bills where you are charged for local service. Historically, this tax has been related to war.
Many local and community papers are sometimes eager to publish letters to the editor on subjects other than local zoning controversies. Such letters often embolden others to take actions they might otherwise have been reluctant to make.
You don’t need to wait until Tax Day to appear in front of the local IRS office, post office, or federal building with a sign exercising your freedom of speech to dissent. If you do, have someone with you who’s willing to take your photo. Upload that photo to your Facebook page, blog, or send to the local paper. Don’t underestimate the power of one person willing to stand up and be heard.