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Tuesday, January 21, 2003


Benjamin B. and Carolyn M. Haines are typical nut case tax protesters who petitioned to stop collection of thier taxes owed. IRS filed for summary judgement to allow them to collect and to impose a section 6330 penalty for unreasonable delay based on frivolous arguments. Tax Court granted both motions. What I don't get is why these protesters do not file in Tax Court to contest the notice of deficiency. If the Tax Court is an illigetimate place to contest liability, why is it a legitimate place to contest collection? If nothing else, contesting the liability in Tax Court would further delay eventual collection. But again, I am expecting logic from a tax protester.

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