Taxpayers' Rights Comparative Analysis of the United States of America and the Latin American Institute of Tax Law (ILADT)

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Andres E. Bazó


This Article addresses the challenges, trends, and evolution of Taxpayers’ Rights both in the Unites States and in Latin America, particularly by comparing the U.S. Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights and the recently adopted Taxpayers’ Rights Letter from the Latin American Institute of Tax Law (ILADT). Furthermore, although in Latin American this is a relatively more recent topic, nonetheless, in the United States it is not, and the Article also addresses the evolution of taxpayers’ rights both from the point of view of the U.S. Constitution as well as iconic decisions from the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Andres E. Bazó

Lawyer, graduated from Universidad Católica Andrés Bello (Caracas, Venezuela); Master’s Degree in Corporate Law from the Universidad Metropolitana (Caracas, Venezuela); Master’s Degree in Taxation from the Universidad Católica Andres Bello (Caracas, Venezuela); Master’s Degree in Sports Management from the Universidad de Estudios Deportivos (Spain); Master’s Degree in International Taxation from the University of Florida (United States). Member of the Asociación Venezolana de Derecho Tributario (AVDT) and the International Fiscal Association (IFA-USA Branch). Of-counsel law firm of Rasco Klock Perez & Nieto, P.L. (Miami, FL).