Income Tax is voluntary. The popular method has been to use a W-8BEN, 8233, or W-4 and some employers buck one form and not another. If one has a passport, then put on I-9 form no SSN number and mark you have a passport and put that number in. If the employer insists on you filling out a form still. Use W-8BEN form. 8233 is recommended for the same purpose. If one uses the W-4 use your passport nine-digit number in place of SSN number and state below it is the passport number. Under 4c there is a space to put NRA or National. The employer often comes back wanting 8233 filled out. Some use a W-4v form but may get audited later. In this case one just sends the 1817 Notice to settle the matter. Send that not only to where it came from in the IRS agency, and to the commissioner of the IRS. Often the agents use fictitious names that are not even connected to an individual.
 The W-8BEN states one can use the 8233, also
Property Taxes. We have a couple of current cases and those who would like to try denying a potion or all of their taxes it appears the least risk approach is to notify your agency with a 1817 Notice so when they send a bill at end of the year. We would submit immediately in the supreme court for a decision. That way one is not far behind on the payment if it fails. If one has a mortgage on their home it most likely will require property taxes. So one may look for different insurance.