Federal Taxation Practice and Procedure (Eighth Edition) provides a clear explanation of the organization, structure and processes involved in IRS practice. A favorite in practice and procedure classes because of its clear descriptions and logical presentation, it is a top reference for practitioners as well. The book patiently covers the basics, the complexities and the details with plenty of real-life illustrations and examples. All the latest IRS structural changes and developments are explained, and the book helpfully includes reproductions of official letters, forms and notices used by the IRS. This new Eighth Edition reflects the latest statutory, regulatory and case developments along with changes in IRS operations and processes. Included right in place are special end-of-chapter problems for those using the book as a text or training tool. The authors continue the practice of carefully and concisely explaining the workings of the IRS, so that the reader gets a clear sense of how things work on a practical level. This comprehensive guide discusses the administrative structure of the IRS, ethical duties of the practitioner, preparer penalties, and the statute of limitations. The Service's procedure in determining, reviewing, litigating and collecting tax deficiencies is described, and the roles of all the key groups within the IRS are covered. Also included are a discussion of related criminal investigations and the use of the IRS summons. The indirect method of proof is also covered. The book's helpful Appendix contains the key sections from the Statement of Procedural Rules adopted by the Treasury Department to govern the internal administration and functioning of the IRS.
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Robert E. Meldman, J.D., LL.M., is a retired shareholder in the law firm of Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren s.c. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. His practice focused on tax controversies and tax aspects of general business and international transactions. The author received his law degree from Marquette University and his Master of Laws in Taxation from New York University. Mr. Meldman currently serves as the Director of the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Low Income Taxpayer Clinic. A fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel, Mr. Meldman was the author of CCH Practical Tactics for Dealing with the IRS, co-author of A Practical Guide to U.S. Taxation of International Transactions, and co-author of the previous seven editions of Federal Taxation Practice and Procedure. Mr. Meldman has also written numerous articles for professional journals and law reviews, and he was an editorial board member for the Journal of Property Valuation and Taxation. Mr. Meldman served as adjunct professor at Marquette University Law School, adjunct professor at University of Queensland T.C. Beirne School of Law, Brisbane, Australia, adjunct professor at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee s Master of Taxation and Graduate International Business Program for over 30 years, and as an Executive in Residence at the Deloitte & Touche Center for Multistate Taxation at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. He is a member of the American Bar Association, the International Bar Association, the Law Association for Asia and the Pacific, the State Bars of Wisconsin, Florida, and Colorado, and the Emeritus Panel of Federal Defenders Services program for the Eastern District of Wisconsin. Richard J. Sideman, J.D., LL.M., is co-founder of the law firm Sideman & Bancroft in San Francisco. Mr. Sideman's practice involves representation of taxpayers before the Examination Division, the Collection Division, and the Appeals Office of the IRS, as well as before the California Franchise Tax Board. He is a freq
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