Stand Up to the IRS

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Nolo, Jan 1, 2007 - Business & Economics - 378 pages
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The Internal Revenue Service is the taxpayer's nightmare, but Stand Up to the IRS helps readers survive face offs with America's most intimidating government agency. Stand Up to the IRS reveals the tactics used by the IRS and how to deal with them in the most effective way possible -- the book even contains the confidential forms used by IRS agents during collection interviews and audits. Use Stand Up to the IRS to: • settle your tax bill for pennies on the dollar • support deductions • negotiating an installment plan • file a late return • protect assets • learn what to say when you face an auditor • appeal the auditor's decision The 9th edition - now totally revamped to reflect the latest tax rules, exemptions and deductions - helps readers survive any face-off with the IRS. Packed with insider secrets and practical suggestions, the book covers how to: survive an audit with minimum damage - put together documentation to support deductions - negotiate an installment plan - file delinquent tax returns - appeal an audit decision - find IRS forms online.

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Frederick W. Daily is a tax attorney with over 36 years experience helping individuals and small business owners make smart tax decisions and stay out of trouble with the IRS. He has been featured as a tax expert on Good Morning America and NPR, and in publications including Money Magazine, U.S. News & World Report, Newsweek, the New York Times, and the Chicago Tribune. He is also the author of Tax Savvy for Small Business. Mr. Daily lives in Sagle, Idaho.

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