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The Taxpayer's Bill of Rights
The Internal Revenue Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998 [RRA98, H.R. 2676, Public Law 105-206] a.k.a. "The Taxpayer's Bill of Rights" grew out of a series of Capitol Hill hearings featuring taxpayers' horror stories of their high-handed treatment by the agency. Later the Act was later signed into law on July 22, 1998 by President Clinton, who said the...
The Internal Revenue Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998 [RRA98, H.R. 2676, Public Law 105-206] a.k.a. "The Taxpayer's Bill of Rights" grew out of a series of Capitol Hill hearings featuring taxpayers' horror stories of their high-handed treatment by the agency. Later the Act was later signed into law on July 22, 1998 by President Clinton, who said the bill would help his efforts "to create an IRS that respects American taxpayers and respects their values." The Act includes the following provisions: .The burden of proof in civil court cases involving tax disputes would be shifted from taxpayer to the IRS. .The IRS must suspend penalties and interest if the agency waits more than 18 months to tell someone they owe additional taxes. .People who face collection actions due to tax problems caused without their knowledge by spouses would be protected from some collection actions. .A nine-member board with six private citizens to oversee the operations of the IRS. .The IRS taxpayer advocate's office will have expanded powers to grant taxpayer assistance orders, which can halt tax collections in the case of hardship. In addition to the above provisions the Act provides guidelines to deal with rogue IRS agents who have violated the rights of an alleged taxpayer. An example excerpted from page 48 of this book: "Civil Damages for Collections Actions" and Recovery of Damages Permitted in Certain Cases. - Notwithstanding subsection (b), if, in any action brought under this section, there is a finding that any officer or employee of the Internal Revenue Service recklessly or intentionally, or by reason of negligence, disregarded any provision of this title the defendant shall be liable to the plaintiff in an amount equal to the lesser of "$1,000,000" It may be prudent to consider the following legal maxim with respect to the information contained within this book: "He who does not assert his rights has none!" This book is an invaluable tool which may help those who desire to know their rights and further, assert their rights pursuant to this law.
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