Stand up to the IRS

ISBN-10: 1413313280

ISBN-13: 9781413313284

Edition: 11th 2012 (Revised)

Authors: Frederick Daily

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List price: $34.99
Edition: 11th
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: NOLO
Publication date: 3/3/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 448
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.782
Language: English

Frederick W. Daily is a tax attorney with over 35 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 across the country including Money Magazine, U.S. News & World Report, Newsweek, the New York Times, and the Chicago Tribune. He is the author of Stand Up to the IRS, Tax Savvy for Small Business and Surviving an IRS Tax Audit.

Your Companion for Dealing With the IRS
Inside the IRS: What You Need to Know About IRS Operations
IRS Inefficiency
Communicating With the IRS
Rules of the Game Tax Laws
Interpreting the Tax Code
Self-Assessment of Income Taxes
Winning the IRS Game
Filing Tax Returns
How Long Must You Worry About Not Filing a Tax Return?
Consequences of Not Filing
It's Better to File Before the IRS Contacts You
What Will Happen When You File Late
Requesting an Extension to File
Filing a Return When You Can't Pay What You Owe
Filing a Tax Return When You Live Out of the United States
Reducing the Chance of an Audit When Filing
Amending Tax Returns
A Word About "Aggressive" Tax Filing
Winning Your Audit
How Long Do I Have to Worry About an Audit?
What to Expect at an Audit
Do I Have to Learn Tax Law to Win My Audit?
Audit Selection Why Me, O Lord?
When the IRS Increases Your Tax Bill Without an Audit
Types of IRS Audits
How an Auditor Approaches an Examination
Preparing for an Audit
Who Should Attend the Audit?
How to Act at an Audit
Finishing Audits
Serious Audit Problems
Appealing Your Audit Within the IRS
Pros and Cons of Appealing an Audit
How to Appeal an Audit
How the Appeals Office Works
Preparing for an Appeals Hearing
Meeting the Appeals Officer
Presenting a Case to an Appeals Officer
Negotiating a Settlement
Should You Hire a Tax Professional for Your Appeal?
If You Don't Settle on Appeal
Going to Tax Court: No Lawyer Necessary
Tax Court Facts
Small Tax Cases People's Court
Regular Tax Court Cases Over $50,000
Other Federal Courts Paying First Is Required
Bankruptcy Court
Appealing to Higher Courts
When You Owe the IRS: Keeping the Tax Collector at Bay
When You Can't Pay Your Tax Return
Getting Time to Pay After the Tax Bill Comes
IRS Tax Billing Process
IRS Automated Collection System
Revenue Officers Frontline Collectors of the IRS
Offers in Compromise Settling Tax Bills for Pennies on the Dollar
Using the Bankruptcy Code to Stop the IRS
Protecting Your Assets From the IRS
Suspending Collection of Your Tax Bill
IRS Enforced Collection: Liens and Levies
Federal Tax Liens
Tax Levies
Dealing With the IRS Levy Process
Assets the IRS Can't or Won't Seize
Avoiding a Levy
Getting a Tax Levy Released
IRS Sales of Levied Assets
The Taxpayer Advocate: A Friend at the IRS
Who Qualifies for Help From a Taxpayer Advocate?
Contacting the Taxpayer Advocate Service
Emergency Help: Taxpayer Assistance Orders
Family, Friends, Heirs, and the IRS
It's a Family Affair
Owning Property Jointly
Death and Taxes
Fraud and Tax Crimes: Do You Really Have to Worry?
How People Cheat on Their Taxes
If You Are Caught Cheating
IRS Criminal Investigations
If You Are Prosecuted
Small Business/Self-Employed: When IRS Trouble Comes
Self-Employed You're a Prime Audit Target
Employees or Independent Contractors?
Payroll Taxes IRS Dynamite
The Dreaded Trust Fund Recovery Penalty
Cash Transactions Over $10,000
Penalties and Interest
Penalties Added to Tax Bills
Interest on Tax Bills
Understanding Penalty and Interest Notices
Reducing or Eliminating Penalties and Interest
Designating Late Tax Payments
Help Beyond the Book: Tax Professionals and Tax Information
Finding and Using a Tax Professional
Tax Pros for Serious Audits
Hiring a Tax Return Preparer
Researching Tax Questions
When You Owe State Income Taxes
The IRS and State Taxing Authorities
Does Your State Have a Taxpayer Bill of Rights?
State Time Limits to Assess and Collect Income Taxes
State Tax Collection Departments
State Tax Bills
When All Else Fails, Try Your Political Connections
The Taxpayer Bill of Rights
Taxpayer Bill of Rights I
Taxpayer Bill of Rights II
Taxpayer Bill of Rights III
The 25 Most Frequently Asked Questions
Glossary of Tax Terms
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