The United States Tax Court Held No IRS Abuse of Discretion in Sustaining Federal Tax Lien Filing
The Tax Court held that a settlement officer in the IRS Appeals Office didn’t abuse her discretion by refusing to consider collection alternatives and sustaining a notice of federal tax lien filing against an individual who failed to file returns for many years, who didn’t provide requested financial information, and who refused to participate in the collection due process hearing.
A recent Tax Court decision was reported that may be of interest to individuals potentially dealing with tax litigation. J. Frank Best, Certified Public Accountant and United States Tax Court Practitioner, works to stay current on all IRS decisions concerning tax litigation to ensure we are fully informed and prepared for our clients.
AMBAWALAGE S. SILVA,
COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE,