Federal Tax Procedure
841 Pages Posted: 21 Aug 2014
Date Written: August 18, 2014
Federal Tax Procedure is the book for a course on Tax Procedure taught by Adjunct Professor Townsend at the University of Houston School of Law. The book and related materials contain text discussion, relevant Code Sections, and certain cases designed to encourage students to think about the Tax Procedure process. The book is in electronic format (Adobe Acrobat pdf format) and is in two versions -- (1) a footnoted version suited for practitioners (this is the footnoted version) and (2) a nonfootnoted version, suited for teaching. Both versions are available free on Mr. Townsend's Scholarly Papers page on SSRN. The pdf versions are updated every August for use in that year's Fall class and sometimes again in January or February. The books have a companion electronic file (also Adobe Acrobat) consisting of materials such as forms, publications, selected excerpts from congressional committee reports, and limited practice forms available on Professor Townsend's Federal Tax Procedure Blog.
Note: (2014 Ed.) - Footnoted Version
Keywords: Federal Tax Procedure, Tax Procedure, IRS Audits, IRS Appeals, Tax Litigation
JEL Classification: H26, H29
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