Title:THE IMPACT OF AGENCY PROCEDURES AND JUDICIAL REVIEW ON TAX REFORM
Author:Ellen P. Aprill
Citation:65 National Tax Journal 917-32 (December 2012)
Abstract:This paper discusses hurdles that the IRS and Treasury would face following tax reform in their efforts to respond quickly with guidance that courts will uphold. These hurdles include the impact of the Tax Anti-Injunction Act and the Declaratory Relief Act, heightened interest in the course of tax litigation regarding compliance by the IRS and Treasury with the Administrative Procedure Act, and provisions enacted in 1988 and 1996 limiting temporary and retroactive regulations. The paper then outlines several approaches Congress could consider to mitigate possible untoward consequences.


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