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    Is the Small Case Division of the IRS optimal

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    "Assume that your client has a tax deficiency less than $50,000 - would you advise the client to use the "Small Cases Division" which is somewhat similar to the "Small Claims court"?

    If so - why? What are the risks of advising the client to use this venue?

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    No; for the simple reason that there is no oversight or ability to have it reviewed by any other authority. It is similar to binding arbitration. The risk is that the judgment will be ...

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    This solution outlines some of the limitations of taking a dispute with the IRS to its Small Case Division.

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