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    Tax Deficiency and the Small Cases Division

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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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    For a taxpayer to be able to use the Small Cases Division of the U.S. Tax Court, his tax case must be categorized as a small case. A tax ...

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    This solution discusses whether the given scenario would be best addressed in the small cases division.