This judicial guide takes the sting and surprise out of the tax court procedure, allowing readers to be fully prepared long before they walk into the courtroom, offering detailed explanations and transcriptions of procedures, diagrams of typical courtrooms, and a list of the "dirty tricks" the IRS has in its hat. It covers the jurisdictional and procedural matters for disputing a Notice of Deficiency (or other Notice) formally issued by the IRS when it assesses additional tax and penalties, tries to impeach a taxpayer under oath, and objects incessantly to a taxpayer's offerings of evidence.
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Holmes F. Crouch is the author of 25 books including Family Tax Strategies, Disagreeing with the IRS, and Winning Your Audit. He has 25 years of experience as an IRS enrolled tax practitioner. He lives in Saratoga, California.Review:
How can consumers handle IRS contentions of taxes owed? Crouch is a 20-year tax specialist who has dealt with numerous IRS audit issues and proceedings, representing numerous taxpayers before the IRS. Trial proceedings and stances are presented in many case history examples designed to aid consumers in understanding tax court proceedings and defense strategies. -- Midwest Book Review
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Book Description Allyear Tax Guides. Paperback. Book Condition: Fair. Bookseller Inventory # G0944817483I5N00
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