This newly revised guide is a must-read for anyone preparing for trial before the U.S. Tax Court as it takes the reader step-by-step through the Federal Rules of Evidence (FRE) as applied by the Tax Court.
Author: Ann Murphy
Release Date: 2018-11-09
Written by a team of eight tax practitioners and law professors, Federal Tax Practice and Procedure is the ideal guidebook for understanding how disputes with the IRS arise and are resolved. Its 18 chapters are divided into four parts: (1) The Basics: Chapters examine the reform of the IRS during the 1990's and its current structure and organization. Also covered: income tax withholding, calculating estimated taxes, making tax payments, preparing returns and making elections. (2) Examination of the Tax Return and Assessment of a Deficiency: Chapters explore IRS examination of tax returns and the assessment of tax deficiencies, reaching settlements with the IRS, statutes of limitation on assessment, practicing before the IRS, and obtaining IRS guidance. (3) Remedies Available to the Taxpayer: Chapters on Tax Court litigation, refunds and appeals. (4) IRS Tools for Obtaining Unpaid Taxes and Penalizing Taxpayers: Chapters cover collection of taxes, liens and levies, interest, the fraud penalty, civil penalties other than fraud, and criminal penalties and procedure. The treatise is filled with hypothetical examples where our authors show you how to perform difficult tax calculations and how to apply tax rules and principles in everyday practice. The authors have also included scores of tax planning tips, commentaries and observations on the law, and caveats for the cautious practitioner. Federal Tax Practice and Procedure is the perfect companion to Matthew Bender’s two-volume treatise, Tax Controversies -- Audits, Investigations and Trials, which provides in-depth coverage of tax fraud, both civil and criminal. Also includes subject matter index, and tables of Internal Revenue Code sections, Treasury Regulations and IRS rulings and pronouncements.
Author: Bernard Wolfman
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Release Date: 2015-01-30
Ethical Problems in Federal Tax Practice provides clear explanations of the relevant rules and regulations that apply to tax lawyers and organizes the materials by the various functions a lawyer serves: litigator, advisor and counselor. This is the only casebook currently available for law courses on professional responsibility in tax practice. Look for these key features in the new edition: New chapter on international tax practice Effect of technology innovations, e.g., email and social media, on ethical tax practice, including issues such as ethical advertising and solicitation, outsourcing and fee sharing Changes to Circular 230, the document governing practice before the IRS