Chris Chapman likes to help people prevent a tax crime indictment, inexpensively.
You can write to the IRS and demand an assessment if you have tax deficiency problems. If you receive an alleged assessment in a computer printout from the IRS, call Chris at 321 264 6383 to discuss how to deal with it.
You might use the government as a witness that “one cannot rely upon the accuracy of computer generated documents.” The GAO has said the equivalent of this about IRS documents since 1992. You might ask the DOJ for documents that would not be considered inaccurate or unreliable. Most likely they will respond that they know of no such documents.
Regarding whether you owe a tax on money you received in exchange for your personal services (labor, etc), the information below speaks for itself…