Tax Court Anticipates Releasing Revisions to its Rules in the Near Future

By on October 3, 2016

At the ABA Section of Taxation meeting in Boston last week, Chief Judge Marvel of the US Tax Court announced that the court anticipates issuing revisions to its rules in the near future. These rule revisions will address two areas: (1) e-filing matters, including the ability to electronically file a petition; and (2) revisions necessitated by changes made by Congress at the end of 2015 (for our earlier report on this subject, see here). Chief Judge Marvel also noted that the court is continuing to review its rules and prior comments received from the public, and may issue further revisions in the future.

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