Nebraska 1st State to Defy $600-Bank Invasion of Privacy

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“Nebraska becomes the first state to say they will NOT comply with Biden’s snooping plan to have banks report every transaction over $600 to the IRS.”

Nebraska is already promising to defy a Biden proposal that would require banks to hand over data on transactions over $600 on individual bank accounts to the IRS.

‘My message is really simple. The people of Nebraska entrusted me to protect the privacy of these accounts and I am not going to comply with this. If the Biden administration sues me, we will take it all the way to the Supreme Court. We are going to fight every step of the way,’ state treasurer John Murante told FOX Business.

The proposal, backed by $79 billion in additional funding, would allow the IRS to peer into the aggregate inflows and outflows of a bank account over $600.”

Nebraska refuses to give into tyranny. To see why read here.

This is a tremendous invasion of privacy and each state would be wise to follow Nebraska’s lead and do the same.

Montana’s Director of the Department of Revenue is Brendan Beatty. For questions and concerns about this pressing matter call Beatty at 406-444-1900




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