Tax Court

Tax courts are courts of limited jurisdiction that deal with tax issues.

  • United States Tax Court, a United States federal court
    • List of Judges of the United States Tax Court
    • Uniformity and jurisdiction in U.S. federal court tax decisions
  • State court (United States)
    • Oregon Tax Court of the Oregon Judicial Department
    • Hawaii Tax Appeal Court of the Hawai'i State Judiciary
    • Indiana Tax Court
    • Massachusetts Appellate Tax Board
    • Minnesota Tax Court
    • New Jersey Tax Court
  • Tax Court of Canada
    • Tax Court of Canada Act
  • EFTA Court
  • Philippine Court of Tax Appeals

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Arnold Raum
27, 1908 – February 13, 1999(1999-02-13)) served as a judge of the United States Tax Court from 1950 to 1998 ... in the United States Department of Justice, as a special assistant in the Tax Division (1934–1939), as special assistant to the U.S ... for Louisiana, he headed investigations into fraud and tax evasion by Louisiana officials ...
List Of Judges Of The United States Tax Court
... The United States Tax Court is composed of 19 members appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate ... Reappointment, when requested by a Tax Court judge is generally pro forma regardless of the political party of the appointing President and the political ... comparable to magistrate judges in the United States district courts ...
Salvatore V. Commissioner - Holding
... The United States Tax Court ruled that the petitioner, Susie Salvatore, was taxable on all of the gain realized on the sale of the gas station ... The Tax Court ruled that this decision was subject to the precedent set in the Supreme Court case of Commissioner v ... Court Holding Co ...
Tax Protester (United States) - Penalties - Frivolous Litigation in United States Tax Court, and Appeals of Tax Court Decisions
... Frivolous") of the Internal Revenue Code of 1939, giving the Board of Tax Appeals (now called the United States Tax Court) the power to impose a civil monetary penalty of up to $500 against any party who instituted ... Tax Court of up to $25,000 ... Supreme Court and the federal courts of appeals may impose penalties where the taxpayer's appeal of a U.S ...
Culture Of New Jersey - Governance - Judicial
... Main article Judiciary of New Jersey The New Jersey Supreme Court consists of a Chief Justice and six Associate Justices ... Most of the day-to-day work in the New Jersey courts is carried out in the Municipal Courts, where simple traffic tickets, minor criminal offenses, and small civil matters are heard ... More serious criminal and civil cases are handled by the Superior Court for each county ...

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