The Argument for the Creation of a Taxpayer Bill of Rights

The National Taxpayer Advocate, an entity within the IRS that is specifically designed to advocate for taxpayers, has repeatedly recommended adoption of a Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TBOR) by the IRS. The dozens of taxpayer rights strewn throughout the Internal Revenue Code often result in confusion. Most taxpayers have no idea what their rights are and therefore often cannot take advantage of them. In a survey of U.S. taxpayers conducted in 2012, less than half said they believed they have rights before the IRS, and very few said they knew what those rights are.

The Argument for the Creation of a Taxpayer Bill of Rights

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