What the IRS Doesn't Want You to Know: A CPA Reveals the Tricks of the Trade

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Villard Books, Feb 15, 1995 - Business & Economics - 352 pages
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Completely updated, this national bestseller is packed with hundreds of insider tips on how to beat the IRS at its own game. Kaplan, a CPA with 30 years' experience, explains how the IRS really works--and how ordinary citizens can find and take advantage of tax loopholes. Charts, graphs & sample tax forms.

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The authors demystify the IRS, explaining how you can perform all the tricks CPAs perform and still avoid an audit. Read full review

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Eleven Ground Rules Never to Break to
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Discovering the IRS Personality
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Behind the Scenes at the IRS
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