60 Minute Tax Planner

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Prentice Hall, 1999 - Income tax - 268 pages
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Finally, a book that takes the fear -- and loathing -- out of tax time. Unlike other books on the market that focus solely on tax preparation, the 60-Minute Tax Planner is the ultimate guide to tax savings.

Using a simple question-and-answer style, it helps readers navigate the mindbogglingly complex provisions of the federal tax code to calculate exactly how much they can save on their income tax bill. What's more, this total "tax tune-up" doesn't waste time. It's designed to let readers zero in immediately on their own important target areas such as investments, employment, retirement, and filing returns. Handy worksheets and checklists make it easy to start putting more cash back into that paycheck right away.

With its take-charge prescription for lower taxes in less time, the 60-Minute Tax Planner is a lifeline for those who prepare their own returns and an excellent preparation tool for others who hire professional tax advisers.

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Contents

What Is Income?
3
What Are Tax Brackets?
9
Tax Brackets Estimated
10
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Lyon is a licensed tax attorney who began his career on the Congressional staffs of Jack Kemp and Dick Cheney.

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