National Taxpayer Advocate Blogging Again

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We do not often write about competing bloggers, but it is worth mentioning that the National Taxpayer Advocate, Nina Olson, is an occasional blogger and has just put up a new post.  Her post addresses the still relatively new and uncharted collection enforcement tool of revoking or denying a passport from a seriously delinquent taxpayer.  This is an issue on which we have posted before.  We have also written briefly about the new Tax Court rules for those who contest revocation or denial of their passport.  To my knowledge there have not been any Tax Court cases yet but to paraphrase from a HBO TV series “Denial is coming.”

Because Nina has an insider’s perspective, her blog may be worth a look (after, of course, you read ours.)

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