To Agent Castillo letter 2

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Karen Kline
Santa Fe, NM  87505

2/2/96

Ralph Castillo
Inspector
Department of the Treasury, IRS
Internal Security
P.O. Box 25458
Phoenix, AZ  85002

Dear Mr. Castillo,

I was just thinking about how you said there wasn’t much you could do, but that perhaps, you weren’t promising, but perhaps you could work something out so that I could have someone to talk to. And I realized that I should have told you that I was going to a therapist in 1994 during a period when I had money. When IRS was levying me and threatening to take my home and my property, I wanted her to write to IRS saying how distressed it was making me. She said she would. Then she called me and said, no, she wouldn’t because she was afraid IRS would come after her if she did.

What can I add.

Except, I think it’s a good example of why Steve Forbes can be running on exactly one issue, with no prior name recognition in terms of face and name, and be gaining in the poles.

You have a good handshake, you’re bright, personable. I would start thinking what I really wanted to do, what I wanted to do next, if I were you. Whatever your dream is, I think you should follow it, since you seem to have the type of spirit that would help you have your dream come true. I say this because however much I liked you, I still hope this system is replaced with a National Sales Tax with quarterly rebates to low income families. With a National Sales Tax everyone would always be paid up, there would be no more penalties and interest increasing ones real taxes. Right now, if someone doesn’t have the money to pay, their taxes are increased.

 

 

I’m not blaming you for this. I’m just saying that it’s the case. I agree with Forbes and Bill Archer, that the tax code is beyond repair, adding
another million words isn’t going to help.

Sincerely,
Karen Kline
Karen Kline

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