For those who do not know about the Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS), its an independent office within the IRS that helps taxpayers resolve their problems with the IRS.
Nina Olson, is the head of the Taxpayer Advocate Service and she has published a great blog post regarding the IRS's new passport revocation program for seriously delinquent taxpayers.
The post goes into details regarding the IRS's new passport revocation program. But what stands out about her blog post is the fact that she examines if the new passport program will pass the US Constitution's Due Process Clause requirement.
She compares the notice requirement that the IRS plans on implementing with a similar program that was implemented in 1996 with individuals who owed delinquent child support payments.
You can read the original blog post by clicking the button below.
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