Is the IRS ever held accountable?

Yes they are and here’s an example. In the Swiggart case just decided in the US Tax Court, the IRS was required to pay reasonable attorneys fees for taxpayer’s lawyer because they failed to follow the Internal Revenue Code in failing to abate a penalty related to a math error.  It’s a small victory but I always enjoy a good story where the taxpayer wins.

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