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Tax This!: An Insider's Guide to Standing Up to the IRS
by Scott Estill

Tax This! An Insider's Guide to Standing Up to the IRS, is just that. It provides the insight of an insider that will help you stand up to the IRS in any situation. Little known facts and difficult to conceive strategies are revealed that will help any target of the IRS deal effectively with them or help prevent you from becoming their target.

Author Scott Estill discloses all the rights, which are many, that citizens have when confronted with a problem involving the IRS. He gives an insider's look at the culture, attitudes, and seemingly out of control bureaucracy that prevails inside the IRS and prepares you to deal with the IRS at that level also. His information is backed up by references to the Internal Revenue Code, Congressional Law, and established judicial decisions.

Tax This also provides clear examples of completed IRS forms, which are many and varied. Overall, this is an informative, easy read for someone like me with little knowledge of the IRS. It will hold your interest even if the IRS isn't breathing down your neck and may be invaluable if they are.

     

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Now consider your credit card. Most credit cards carry an interest rate of anywhere from twelve to twenty-one percent. If you owe taxes that you can't pay, you probably have a higher interest rate credit card. This means that whatever you pay in a lump sum to the government, you will be financing with your credit card company at the interest rate you pay for your regular purchases. If this is fifteen to twenty percent, you will end up paying much more for your taxes. <p>
If you haven't already given online tax preparation and filing a try then maybe now is the time. Just think. You could be sitting on a nice tax refund in about 15 days. What a great way to start the New Year! <p>
Come tax time, be sure to get professional tax advice specific to your situation. Also, be sure to read the section in IRS Publication 908 on "reduction of tax attributes," which requires people using the insolvency rule to reduce their basis in such things as rental property, loss carryovers, etc. Most of that probably won't apply to you, but again, get specific advice before winging it. <p>
As detailed as this article is, don't forget that you can find more information about income tax booklet or any such information from any of the search engines out there such as MSN. Commit yourself to finding specific information therein about income tax booklet, and you will. <p>
The big mistake beginning real estate investors make doing a 1031 tax-free exchange, taking possession of the profits, voids the tax deferment. You must declare the sale of your property to be a part of a 1031 exchange before you sell the property. Then you have the money placed in a trust account held by an intermediary until you purchase the new investment property. You have 45 days to identify a replacement property and 180 days to close on the new investment. You can't purchase a primary residence or a vacation home with funds from an investment property and defer taxes in a 1031 exchange. <p>
If you're retired, plan your retirement plan distributions carefully. If a retirement plan distribution will push you into a higher tax bracket, consider taking money out of taxable investments to keep you in the lower tax bracket. Also, pay attention to the 59 year age limit. Withdrawals taken before this age can result in penalties in addition to income taxes. <p>
One can say that depreciation is an expense that does not involve any cash, but it adds to the whole cost and decreases income, which is otherwise taxable. The idea of real estate depreciation is based on the idea that the development of land physically makes it worse with time. If you are the landlord of real estate, you will be allowed to add depreciation to the cost for tax relief purposes on a share of the property as physical depreciation. <p>
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Again this year the Madeira Woman's Club will award three scholarships this spring - two for high school seniors and one for an adult who is continuing his/her education.

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