Federal Taxation Practice and Procedure (11th Edition) (US)
Robert J. Misey, Jr., JD, MBA, LLM
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 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.
Chapter 1: Organization of the IRS
Chapter 2: Practice Before the Internal Revenue Service
Chapter 3: Ethical Responsibilities
Chapter 4: Examination of Returns
Chapter 5: Large Case Audits
Chapter 6: Investigative Authority of the Internal Revenue Service
Chapter 7: Evidentiary Privilege for Federally Authorized Tax Practitioners
Chapter 8: Partnership Audit Procedures
Chapter 9: Penalties and Interest
Chapter 10: Statute of Limitations on Assessment
Chapter 11: Access to Internal Revenue Service Information
Chapter 12: The Appeals Office
Chapter 13: Assessment Procedure
Chapter 14: The Collection Process
Chapter 15: Claims for Refund
Chapter 16: Private Rulings and Determination Letters
Chapter 17: International Tax Procedure
Chapter 18: Criminal Tax Procedure
Chapter 19: Indirect Method of Proving Income
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