Loving and Legitimacy: IRS Regulation of Tax Return Preparation
Steve R. Johnson
Florida State University - College of Law
September 16, 2013
Villanova Law Review, Vol. 60, Forthcoming
FSU College of Law, Public Law Research Paper No. 647
The validity of regulations promulgated by the Department of Treasury is a principal battleground in contemporary federal taxation. So far, the clash has had two phases: establishment and implementation. Phase one entailed the destruction of the citadel of tax insularity, the bastion within which tax specialists thought to keep themselves safe from having to learn and apply general administrative law. In cases such as Swallows, Mannella, Lantz, Mayo, and the welter of cases culminating in Home Concrete, the old guard was defeated. It is now firmly established that tax, no less than other regulatory areas, is subject to the rules of administrative law. That proposition having been settled, we are now in phase two: implementation, the application of specific administrative law rules in particular tax contexts.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 71Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: September 16, 2013
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