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Taxpayer Advocate Report to Congress-Parts 2 & 3 (Sort of)

By Joel N. Crouch on January 26, 2022
Have you ever committed to do something only to later discover that someone has already done it and done it very well?  Well, I had one of those moments this week. Last week I wrote a blog post regarding the Taxpayer Advocate’s 2021 report entitled, The National Taxpayer Advocate's 2021 Report to Congress (Part 1).  Because there is a tremendous amount of interesting material in the report (interesting to tax nerds like me), my intent was to write at least one or two other blog posts regarding the Advocate’s report to Congress.

However, as I was preparing to write parts 2 and 3, the authors of the tax blog,  Procedurally Taxing, wrote two excellent blog posts regarding the Advocate’s report entitled, What are the Most Litigated Issues and What’s Happening in Collection? and Who Settles Cases – Appeals or Counsel (and Why?) . So instead of me writing two additional blog posts regarding the Advocate’s report, I highly recommend you read these two posts from the Procedurally Taxing blog.

For questions regarding this blog post or any other civil or criminal tax related matter, please feel free to contact Joel Crouch at (214) 749-2456 or jcrouch@meadowscollier.com.