Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) fraud – and The Leviticus 25 Plan

The Leviticus 25 Plan provides the mechanism for a $64,000 credit extension to each U.S. citizen who wishes to participate.

One of the ‘recapture’ provisions for participants in the plan is an agreement to opt out of receiving benefits from ‘Income Security’ social programs. The Earned Income Tax Credit is (EITC) one of those programs.  Payments are currently running at approximately $55 billion / year.

And this Income Security program is riddled with overpayment fraud.

The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) program has been “plagued with “improper payments” for years — decades actually (American Thinker – Henry Percy, April 26, 2013).  “The General Accounting Office (GAO) verified the vast scale of the fraud… estimated [to be] between 27 and 32 percent of EITC dollars claimed.'”

The “IRS overpaid Earned Income Tax Credit by at least $110.8 billion” during the years 1999 – 2008, according to a recent Treasury Department inspector general report. Source:  NetRightDaily.com: http://netrightdaily.com/2013/04/irs-overpaid-earned-income-tax-credit-by-at-least-110-8-billion-since-2000/#ixzz2dE6cUTZk

According to an inspector general’s report, at least, 21% of EITC payments in 2012 were “improper” ($11.6 billion), by far the highest fraud rate in any government entitlement program.


The Leviticus 25 Plan would set America on course for getting government out of the business of administering massive fraud-riddled social programs.

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