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IRS Enrolled Agent Review
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This IRS Enrolled Agent Exam review book is catered for individuals preparing to sit for Part 3: (Representation, Practice and Procedures) of the IRS Special Enrollment Exam (SEE) for enrolled... More > agents. The book contains detailed and comprehensive study notes arranged by units and may also be used as a reference source for tax professionals and taxation students. All practice test questions have been derived from previous IRS Special Enrollment Exams Test-Banks and the answers have been sourced from the original SEE Answer-Keys. All the contents have been derived and compiled from primary sources i.e., Internal Revenue Code sections, regulation sections, revenue rulings and procedures, IRM, IRS publications, etc. This New Edition is based on the new IRS Special Enrollment Exam (SEE) format and is designed to help candidates pass The IRS Enrolled Agent (EA) Exam on their first try.< Less
Treasury Department Circular No. 230: Regulations Governing Practice before the Internal Revenue Service
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Title 31 Code of Federal Regulations, Subtitle A, Part 10, published (June 3, 2011)
Circular 230 for SEE ... 재무부 공람 230 호 ( 미 연방 세무사 시험준비자료 / 파트 3 )
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Tax Problem Resolution Scam: How Some Tax Resolution Companies Steal Your Money!
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Faced with a tax problem have you wondered about these ads on tv, radio, and mail that promise resolution miracles with your tax problem? Have you wondered if they’re tax scams, tax gimmicks,... More > tax fraud, or pipe dreams? Depending on the tax resolution company, you’re probably right! As an Enrolled Agent I'm authorized to represent tax payers in front of the IRS to help them solve their tax problems. Since I make a living helping taxpayers resolve their IRS problems, nothing strikes a chord more than companies that claim to help people with their tax problems but end up doing very little for a lot of money. This book will cover the major ways that tax resolution companies mislead (scam) taxpayers and the simple solutions that you can take to resolve your IRS issues yourself. Most importantly you’ll identity the most popular ways that some tax resolution companies scam you out of your money by using marketing gimmicks and sometimes even fraud.< Less
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