Private Discussion services

In addition to our basic services, which we strive to provide at a low cost, we can also provide a more personalized experience to your particular situation, whether it be a Social Security issue, issue with Employer/Revocation of Election, or additional help with IBCs, bank accounts, international mailing addresses or passports.

We CANNOT help you with state income tax issues. Positive results have been reported from those who have established residency/mailing addresses in one of the nine states that do not have a state income tax. Those states are: Alaska, Florida, Nevada, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington and Wyoming. You may consider following those who have experienced success.

Please send us an email describing your needs. In all cases, we will send you a separate personalized invoice, payable immediately via PayPal. See Fee Schedule below.

Also, if you have a unique passport situation, our experience can perhaps be of service to you on an a-la-carte basis. The same can be done for bank accounts, mailing addresses, etc.

NOTE: Please be as specific as you can in describing your situation via email prior to the phone consultation. List all questions. We are not mind readers. We need a very clear, concise picture of your needs and desires. Under no circumstance do we dish out advice. We collect and share information of solutions that have worked for others. There is no guarantee that it will work for you, and you will need to verify all new information to make your own decisions.

We CANNOT help you obtain a U.S. passport — the passport consultation is for passports other than the one from the United States. Please do not email us with a request seeking a U.S. passport. Private Discussions are for existing clients only.



Private Discussion Fee Schedule

Personalized private discussion (1-hour block of time)
€400 EUR
One-time fee for personalized attention (email Q&As, only for Federal Income Taxation issues, i.e. liability, Chapter 24 tax withholding, or active Notice of Deficiency issues — NO OTHER TOPICS)
€2,500 EUR


Policy regarding Private Discussions

The foundation for conducting any Private Discussion with our clients is that they first must be at least a Revocation of Election client. We have a plethora of inquiries about educational assistance. This is our reason for putting general educational information on the website and, specifically, in the Resource Center.

We must know each party we engage in a Private Discussion, and that is via the Revocation of Election process as provided by the U.S. Congress in its statement within the IRC and 26 USC 6013(g)(4)(A).

Secondly, we must have a list of questions provided in advance so that the discussion will be productive, on target, and within the parameters of the types of services we offer via-á-vis those that we do not engage in. From time to time, even our clients want us to branch off into areas that we do not provide services for. That is contrary to our policy and our Mission Statement.

The fee and dates (as well as time of day and phone number to call) must be scheduled in advance. The time duration of a Private Discussion is for one hour. At the end of the discussion, all questions should have been addressed so that each client has received the information they were seeking from their interrogatories. Our activities only allow us time on Thursdays of each week (excluding any holidays, vacations or events beyond our control, such as weather or geologic-related issues). The limited time allotted for a Private Discussion is due to the heavy volume of clients we service, as our staff is not a large one.

Our Mission

“It is not the function of our Government to keep the citizen from falling into error, it is the function of
the citizen to keep the Government from falling into error.”
— American Communications Association
v. Douds, 339 U.S. 382, 442 (1950)