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U.S. Tax Court Warning about Tax Scams:

The U.S. Tax Court has issued a warning about tax scams concerning unsolicited phone calls, emails, or other communications from individuals fraudulently claiming to be from the Tax Court, Internal Revenue Service (IRS), or other Federal government agencies and making demands such as for your appearance or immediate payment by money order, gift card, debit card, or other means to settle a tax debt. Please do not click links in any unsolicited messages purporting to be from one of these entities.  See the warning.

   
 
 

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  • The United States Tax Court will be closed and paper documents will not be accepted for filing on Friday, November 24, 2017.
  • On October 13, 2017, the Court announced disciplinary action; see the Press Release. For descriptions of prior disciplinary actions, please refer to earlier press releases.
  • The 2018 Tax Court Judicial Conference will be held in Chicago, Illinois, on the campus of Northwestern University’s Pritzker School of Law in March. For more information, please see the Press Release, Application, and Frequently Asked Questions.
  • The Tax Court has announced interim and proposed amendments to its Rules of Practice and Procedure. See the Press Release.

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  • The Tax Court has posted the Examination Procedures for the Admissions of Non-attorneys to Practice Before the Tax Court and statistical information regarding the examination.
  • Electronic filing (eFiling) is mandatory for most parties represented by counsel (practitioners). Further, all practitioners who have registered for Practitioner Access will generally receive only electronic service from the Court. Practitioners agree to log on regularly to Practitioner Access to view served documents. The Court will not monitor emails that bounce back to the Court and generally will not provide paper service to registered practitioners. Initial filings, such as the petition, may be filed only in paper form. See Rule 26(b) and Practitioners' Guide to Electronic Case Access and Filing. eFiling is available, but not required, for self-represented petitioners (taxpayers) through Petitioner Access.
  • The Tax Court's video production, "An Introduction to the United States Tax Court", is now available for viewing online. The video can be accessed by clicking the gavel graphic located to the right or by clicking the video button located on each of the Taxpayer Information pages.
  • The Tax Court now offers the option of paying for court fees, with the exception of Petition Fees, Admission to Practice Application Fees and Notice of Appeal Fees, by credit card or ACH debit card through Pay.gov.
  • The Tax Court has published on its Web site requirements for Tax Clinics, Student Practice, and Calendar Call Programs.
  • A list of low income taxpayer clinics recognized by the Court now appears on the Taxpayer Information tab and the Clinics, Student Practice & Pro Bono Programs tab.
  • NOTICE REGARDING PRIVACY AND PUBLIC ACCESS TO CASE FILES
  • If you are unfamiliar with the Tax Court or would like information about starting a case and/or representing yourself before the Court, please visit Taxpayer Information.
  • Search the content of TC and Memorandum Opinions published after 09/25/95 and Summary Opinions published after 01/01/01* for key words and phrases with Opinion Text Search.
 
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An Introduction to the United States Tax Court
 
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The United States Tax Court: An Historical Analysis (Second Edition)
 
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* Pursuant to Internal Revenue Code Section 7463(b), Summary opinions may not be treated as precedent for any other case.
     
       
 
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  Last updated: November 11, 2017