With limited exceptions, present accounting rules do not address software accounting, and state and federal rules of taxing software remain ambiguous. Up-to-date, comprehensive, and written by the leading authority in this field,..more
Now you can target the specific financial services your 60+ clients need in their retirement years. Researched and written by three tax, financial, and accounting experts, Advising the 60+ Investor provides planners with a comprehensive...more
Hundreds of money-saving deductions are allowed by the tax code, but most taxpayers do not know what expenses they are entitled to deduct. This book shows readers how to keep more of what they earn by maximizing...more
West Federal Taxation Volume II continues the tradition of excellence with its coverage of tax legislation as it impacts Corporations, Partnerships, Estates, and Trusts. The authors provide comprehensive and authoritative coverage of relevant code and regulations,...
Problems resulting from tax law blunders aren't new. Tax attorney Michael Savage contends, however, that small businesses that run afoul of the Internal Revenue Service and face big fines are often not guilty of malfeasance; rather, he says, they simply lack the wherewithal to handle complicated
The Ernst & Young Tax Guide 2000 is for those who could afford to pay more tax but choose not to. It has the most complete information on reporting income from mutual funds and other investments. A whole chapter is called "What to Do If You Employ Domestic Help."
J. K. Lasser's Your Income Tax 1999 is admirably thorough and reasonably clear. It's especially useful for tax-planning and comes with a mail-in coupon for a free year-end supplement that includes the latest updates on tax-law development and ready-to-use tax forms for filing.
For most honest citizens, there's probably nothing more intimidating than being called in for an audit with the IRS. In Stand Up to the IRS, tax attorney Fred Daily shows you what you need to know to prepare for and survive an audit.
Taxes for Dummies, 1999 Edition, by Eric Tyson and David J. Silverman, is another title in the bestselling For Dummies series, for which Tyson has authored four other books, including Personal Finance for Dummies and Investing for Dummies.
Provides clear, concise instructions for filing 990s and other important IRS forms and documents; obtaining tax exemption; reporting to boards, auditors and the IRS; testing ongoing tax compliance;
Oriented toward the process of conducting tax research in real world situations, this book presents the subject of tax research within a uniquely integrated format. First, it combines the presentation of how to perform research with a discussion of existing research resources. Secondly, it brings together a...
The trader's one-stop guide to reducing tax liability. As trading increases in popularity, so too does the tax liability. Ted Tesser, expert tax consultant, arms all traders with the right information to reduce their tax liability and be better prepared once tax preparation time rolls around.
Considered the standard reference in the field of bankruptcy accounting, this two-volume set combines accounting, finance, tax and legal issues in an easy-to-understand resource. This updated and expanded edition contains major changes to the Bankruptcy Code and
You may be able to claim credit for expenses paid to someone to take care of your child who is under the age of 17or for your spouse or other dependent, totalling up to $2,400 per year. more