Re: [tips_and_tricks] Re: What will extend the Statute of limitations?
As to your last posting, I concur with these
statements. However, there are a couple of other
options which would sustain your argument, but for the
sake of new people I won't cloud the issues with many
variables. You are right in that the things you stated
are a very good way of verifying the facts and setting
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- Bob is absolutly correct, I stand corrected. I apologize for the
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Bob law <saveyourpay@y...>
> Nickster is incorrect in the presumption of the
> statute of limitations on collections. The "clock"
> starts ticking upon the signing of the Assessment
> Certificate by the Assessment Officer, or the filing
> of the return, as I understand ther same to be.
MessageIn regards to a frivolous penalty: can anyone explain the lawful requirements for this penalty to be assessed, i.e. what steps and paperwork need to be completed by the agency before this is a VALID penalty...Thank you in advance!!! Bob Miller-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Miner [mailto:dminer@...]You said: "Prior to the 23-C Record of Assessment being completed there is no liability. If no liability, there can be no
statutory time constraints."