United States Tax Court: An Historical Analysis

United States Tax Court: An Historical Analysis
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The United States Tax Court has played a key role in the development of Federal tax law since its founding as the Board of Tax Appeals in 1924.  The United States Tax Court-An Historical Analysis (Second Edition) is a 13-part scholarly work which provides insight into the forces which created and shaped the United States Tax Court, its procedures, and its jurisdiction through the present day.

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U.S. Tax Court resources collection can be found here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/agency/1102

General Explanation of Tax Legislation Enacted in the 109th Congress, January 17, 2007 can be found here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/products/sku/052-071-01456-0

Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001, Conference Report to Accompany H.R. 1836, May 26 (Legislative Day May 25), 2001 can be found at this link: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/products/sku/052-071-01353-9


Table of Contents

Table of Contents (Summary):

Parts I through IV of the book detail the history of the United States Tax Court, beginning with the creation of the Board of Tax Appeals through the 1969 congressional chartering of the United States Tax Court as a court of record established under article I of the United States Constitution.

Part V discusses the judicial consideration of the United States Tax Court's constitutional status that culminated in the United States Supreme Court's 1991 decision in Freytag v. Commissioner.

Part VI addresses foundational aspects of the United States Tax Court's jurisdiction, such as its deficiency and refund jurisdiction.

Part VII examines a number of recent innovations in the United States Tax Court's jurisdiction that are intended to improve the efficiency of tax litigation.

Part VIII explores the jurisdiction of the United States Tax Court to review the administration of certain specified taxpayer rights.

Parts IX through XI discuss pretrial matters, trial procedure, and post-trial considerations, respectively.

Part XII discusses the position of the Special Trial Judge.

Part XIII addresses the various means by which the United States Tax Court provides institutional support to self-represented taxpayers.


Tax lawyers and students, CPAs, Tax Accountants, policymakers, and members of the general public (especially taxpaying individuals and businesses) interested in how the United States Tax Court operates will be interested in this publication.

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