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Fundamentals of Federal Tax Procedure and Enforcement

  • Allen Madison
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Written by a professor with experience on all sides of federal tax disputes, Fundamentals of Federal Tax Procedure and Enforcementprovides students with a guide through the thicket of rules and procedures that comprise the federal tax system, helping them make sense of a seemingly random collection of dense rules and seemingly inaccessible entities governing federal tax procedure and enforcement. For ease of teaching and learning, Professor Madison breaks down the rules and concepts of tax procedures and enforcement into four distinct parts based on the decisions and determinations the parties to a tax dispute must make, as well as the rules affecting those decisions.

Professors and students will benefit from:

  • A new perspective on how to present the tax system to students
  • A bird’s eye view of the tax system while drilling deep into essential topics
  • A standalone resource—all necessary statutes and regulations within the text
  • Probing notes and questions after each case that help put the cases in context
  • A balance of technical language—less technical than the highly technical language used by tax practitioners, but more technical than law students have yet been exposed to in their legal studies
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About the authors
Allen Madison
Professor of Law
University of South Dakota Knudson School of Law

Allen Madison is Professor of Law at the University of South Dakota Knudson School of Law. He teaches in the area of tax law (including Nonprofit Law) and securities regulation. He is a director of the South Dakota nonprofit corporation, Literally only Literary. Professor Madison has also taught at Georgetown University, University of Navarra, University of Idaho, and University of Wyoming. Prior to academia, Professor Madison practiced tax law focusing on disputes with the IRS. He is a fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel. He has also served as chair of the Young Lawyers Forum Committee of the ABA’s Tax Section and received a Nolan Fellow award from the Tax Section.

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