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#941 Posted : Wednesday, October 20, 2021 12:35:43 PM(UTC)

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do any one know the last start date for Announcement - 21PHI-SBX0316-0512-5T12?

My HR person is being super unresponsive and i got my T.O end of July and nothing is moving and no communication.

I was told the 15th of November. I am in the same boat, nothing from my HR person.

Just received my firm offer today. I have to follow up with the personnel security specialist and she cleared the background check in the same day. Here is my timeline.

9/15 - Interviewed
9/24 - TO
9/29 - Fingerprint
10/18 - EQIP submitted
10/20 - FO
11/8 - EOD
#942 Posted : Thursday, October 21, 2021 11:56:07 AM(UTC)

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Originally Posted by: Spaceman_Spiff Go to Quoted Post
Yes, the SB/SE attorneys are involved in litigation when a taxpayer petitions the Tax Court. File an Answer, ensure timely managerial approval is in the case file when considering Sec. 6662 accuracy penalty, offer settlements to taxpayers if Appeals did not resolve the case, and of course go to trial if all else fails. Brush up on the Cohen & Golsen rule, IRC sec. 274(d), sec. 183... a lot of cases are a taxpayer's failure to substantiate expenses.

Thank you so much for these insights! I vaguely remembered these rules/sections from law school, but you've jogged my memory and given me a great starting point for some research in my spare time. I also appreciate the brief overview of the course of this sort of litigation, gives me a great idea of the work I'd typically be performing and what sort of competencies to emphasize. I imagine that like most civil litigation, the majority of these cases end in settlement but it's good to know that you will be expected to try cases if all else fails.

Thanks again, I greatly appreciate it.
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