How Congressional Hearings (Particularly In the Senate) Drive IRS and Justice Department Behavior

But the Obama administration is moving from the traditional and constitutional role of “separation of powers” to “consolidation of power”.
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The separation of powers is often on full display when there are key Congressional hearings focused on the work (or lack thereof) undertaken by the key executive branch agencies responsible for tax enforcement:

1. Treasury/IRS, and

2.  Justice Department.

There is an important reason why every day taxpayers should be interested in these hearings; particularly those who are considering renouncing United States Citizenship.

The actions and reactions of the IRS and Justice Department are often in response to Congressional hearings.  This is very much the case with individual taxpayers with assets throughout the world.

A brief timeline of various hearings, and actions taken by the IRS and Justice Department (largely in response to such criticism) can be followed to demonstrate the influence of these hearings:

  • Year 2006

U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations,  published their report on August 1, 2006, entitled Tax Haven Abuses: The Enablers, The Tools &…

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