Let's say I own a home and the mortgage is completely paid off. I was reading the nonprofits do not have to pay property tax. What if I created a nonprofit with the sole purpose or mission statement of providing a warm place for me to live. That by definition is charitable and non-profit making. it would have an employee of one and the headquarters would be my house.
I'm sure there are holes in this idea but interested to hear if anyone else has ideas on sovereignty? It's kind of ironic that you can pay for an entire house and now you "own it" until you don't pay property tax.
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I was specifically thinking about an old tax law and the exact name is escaping me but I thought I had the word sovereignty in it. It was from the first Continental Congress and it allowed a landowner to file for sovereignty status with the government in exchange for a one-time tax fee