Winning a tax lawsuit is a difficult and lengthy process, and often there are no guarantees of victory even when you’re totally confident that you correctly accounted for every transaction. So it’s worth paying particular attention to the opportunities for triumphing over the tax authority relatively easily and without any complications. What is more, recent case law has expanded the range of these options.
Okay, but who’s signature is that?
Tax authority resolutions have to be signed, just like any other official document. But the matter of precisely who signs a given resolution is by no means irrelevant. The laws specify who is authorised to sign a given resolution, but the rules aren’t always followed to the letter.