Attorney-at-Law

SEPTEMBER SONG

In Uncategorized on 09/01/2020 at 16:12

Maxwell Anderson, thou should’st be living at this hour, because, as he wrote, “the days grow short when you reach September/ When the autumn weather turns the leaves to flame/One hasn’t got time for the waiting game.”

Today STJ Diana L. (“The Taxpayer’s Friend”) Leyden is confronted by a masterpiece of IRS computerbabble, which seeks to prove that Boss Hossery is under the radar in Gregory Parker, Docket No. 1416-20S, filed 9/1/20, because AUR (CP2000), therefore electronic.

Wherefore neither has STJ Di got time for the waiting game, especially when IRS responds with the following after more than three (count ’em, three) weeks since STJ Di asks them for the Boss Hossery behind the chops wherewith they seek to slug Greg.

“Respondent attached as Exhibit A to his status report a copy of the Case History Transcript dated ’08/12/2020′. This Case History Transcript indicates an action of ‘IRS RECD’ dated “01/24/2020″ and includes the following information: under ‘CODE’ is the number 75, under ‘USER’ is the number 19B878, under ‘INPUT DATE’ is 10/17/2019, which date was before the notice of deficiency and after the date of the CP2000.” Order, at p. 1.

IRS has a week to put this into English.

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