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PAY.gov

In Uncategorized on 11/25/2019 at 15:16

I asked for it, but didn’t get it. Ch J Maurice B (“Mighty Mo”) Foley gave me a bunch of Tax Court Rules changes (see my blogpost “Stealth Shot Down,” 11/21/19) today, but updating Rule 147 wasn’t one of them.

So the Stealth Subpoena is alive and well, surviving from the eighth decade of the last century of the last millennium unto the second decade of first century of the present millennium. Should be vested in the pension plan by now.

But the good news is that you can come up with the sixty Georges to file your petition via PAY.gov.

The bad news is that the application fee for admission is now $50.00, and the fee to take the test for non-attorneys is now $150.00.

Check the whole thing out here.

Edited to add, 11/27/19: I failed to note that the PAY.gov feature had been added back on 11/30/18.

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