Practice Before the IRS and Professional Responsibility in Tax Practice, in Effectively Representing Your Client Before the IRS (6th ed. 2015)
Published by the American Bar Association Section of Taxation and now in its 6th Edition, Effectively Representing Your Client Before the IRS is a comprehensive collection of everything a tax professional should know when dealing with the IRS.
Written by some of the most experienced tax controversy lawyers in the United States, this two-volume reference provides an in-depth discussion of the law and is replete with realistic examples and hundreds of practice tips to aid tax and general practitioners during all stages of representation before the IRS in controversy matters, including exam, appeals, Tax Court, refund actions, and collection matters. The companion DVD contains select audio and video recordings, gleaned from past ABA Section of Taxation meetings, and is supplemented with meeting materials relevant to your practice.
No tax professional should be without Effectively Representing Your Client Before the IRS―it is your go-to manual to successfully navigate the challenging maze of rules governing tax controversies.
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Drumbl, Michelle Lyon and Mueller, Jennifer, "Practice Before the IRS and Professional Responsibility in Tax Practice, in Effectively Representing Your Client Before the IRS (6th ed. 2015)" (2015). Books and Chapters. 63.