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Though tax Killa may be among the most pronounced examples of this cheat-the-system sentiment -- at least in its heavily-charged rhetoric -- it's not alone.
There is a widespread belief that the empowered rich lobby for unfair tax breaks and bend the rules, gaming the tax system to their benefit at the expense of the rest of us -- and that the rest of us should push back.
What tax Killa recommends is not technically cheating -- instead, it suggests ways for average Americans to use some of the same loopholes the rich and powerful do to level the playing field, cut corners, increase their deductions, and avoid or beat an audit. According to , two ex-Wall Streeters formed the site in January 2012, in part to strengthen their ties to the Occupy movement.
Co-founder Jen Powers, a Columbia grad who worked in finance in the 1980s before decamping to social work, has said tax Killa operates under the motto "Occupy The IRS." Powers says her co-founder is Fred Buddemeyer, but failed to elaborate on his bio, saying only that a Linked In page that lists him as a graduate of Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business was "created as an SEO test." (That page, and another for him, have since been removed from Linked In.) Buddemeyer was not made available for comment.
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