7 Ways the IRS Attacks Your Tax Return—and How to Counter
Take the gamble out of the game and know what you what you do not owe.
Recognizing these bluff becomes the ace up your sleeve in IRS communications.
How to Stop the IRS From Contacting Your Bank, Employer, Friends or Neighbors
With the number of third-party contacts growing fast, it is important to follow these rules to
keep the IRS from exposing your tax audit to the world.
10 Ways to Prove Deductions and Verify Income
It is not uncommon for the IRS to flatly disallow deductions or to add phantom income to your
declared amount. Proving deductions can be easy, but disproving income can be a real trick.
15 IRS Bluffs and Intimidations—and How to Counter
Learn critical strategies for preventing the IRS from taking unfair advantage of you.
3 Simple Steps to Effectively Challenge any Erroneous Information Return
Tens of millions of erroneous information returns--Form 1099 and W-2--are filed with the
IRS every year. Using these simple steps will ensure that you are never hurt by one of these forms.
11 Essential Taxpayers Rights—and How to Assert Them
Here are important rights the IRS doesn't want you to know. Knowing these rights is often
the difference between paying and not paying additional taxes.
11 Ground Rules to Establish Before Your Audit
When you establish these ground rules before face-to-face confrontations with the IRS, it
sends a message that indicates you are well prepared, unintimidated and knowledgeable of your rights.
14 Secrets to Effective Communication
Communicating with IRS personnel is a difficult task. Communicating with IRS computers is next
to impossible if you don't know these secrets.
And much more!
Including a special feature dealing with one of the fastest growing IRS problems, How to Prevent and
Solve Identity Theft.