by George G. Jones and Mark A. Luscombe
The so-called tax practitioner privilege came into the law in 1998 as part of the IRS Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998 (Code Sec. 7525). The goal was to put tax practitioners other than tax attorneys on a more equal playing field in terms of their ability to engage in privileged communications with clients who are seeking tax advice.
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