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  • Writer's pictureHolly Roundtree CPA

2019 – 08/14

A U.S. District Court has dismissed a lawsuit that contended that IRS employees recklessly disregarded IRS rules when they seized a taxpayer’s commercial property to collect purported unpaid employment taxes. The taxpayer’s claims accrued for more than two years before he filed his suit and, therefore, were barred by the statute of limitations. He was seeking civil damages from the IRS because he contended that the tax agency prematurely levied his property and then failed to release the levy. But the IRS and the court ruled that he waited too long to bring the complaint. (Ahmed, DC NC, 8/5/19)

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