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Dan's information-packed newsletter "Pilla Talks Taxes" has been in continuous publication since 1988. Now, it's in electronic form. If you want the truth and nothing but the truth about the latest on what the IRS and Congress have in store for your taxes and how you can protect yourself, you need this newsletter. Stay current on new laws, strategies and defenses that show you how to protect and defend your rights, new ways to cut your taxes and how to avoid problems with the IRS. If it is important for you to know, you will find it in this monthly newsletter! You'll see what's going to happen before it happens. You'll survive--even prosper--when others fall victim to ignorance. An e-mail address is needed to order this newsletter.
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This Month's Featured News Story
PILLA TALKS TAXES
ESSENTIAL TAX AUDIT RIGHTS
The Assessment Statute of Limitations
The assessment statute of limitations may be suspended if both you and the IRS agree in writing to a suspension. The agreement is formalized on Form 872, Consent to Extend Time to Assess Tax, otherwise known as an assessment statute waiver. Once executed, the waiver extends the assessment statute until the date shown on the form.
It is common for the IRS to ask a person to sign Form 872 while an audit is pending in order for the agency to have more time to assess the tax. The statements agents make when asking for this waiver are almost always wrong and intended to mislead. Let me give you some background.
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Dan Pilla' monthly newsletter, Pilla Talks Taxes, features news stories and developments in federal taxes that effect your pocket book. Each information packed issue shows you how to use little known strategies to cut your taxes, protect yourself from the IRS, exercise important taxpayers' rights and keeps you up to date on the latest trends in Washington on the important subjects of taxes and your rights. You can't afford to miss a single issue!
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