IRS Must Sign Answers to Interrogatories Under Oath

July 19, 2013 Interrogatories under oathTax Court: IRS Must Sign Interrogatories Under Oath, Just Like Taxpayers Swanson-Flosystems Co. v. Commissioner, No. 27975-11 (July 18, 2013): On July 3, 2013, petitioner filed a motion “for an order compelling Respondent to provide the signed oath required by T.C. Rule 71(c) in answering Petitioner’s First Set of Interrogatories to Respondent.” On July 16, 2013, respondent filed a response, to which he attached … → Read More

Taking Full Advantage of Discovery in Tax Court

Toys, not miracles by Stus.com“Discovery” is the process by which parties to a law suit exchange information. Each party is required to provide any relevant information requested by his opponent. To many people this is a pretty exciting idea. For anyone who has tried to get honest information from the IRS, an opportunity to ask questions that … → Read More