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The Complete Guide to Estate, Gift, and Trust Taxation - Revised Edition Craig W. Smalley, E.A.
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Introduction As I sit to write this book, I can’t help but wonder, will this book be obsolete in the next couple of years? As far as tax law is concerned, there are major changes that will be coming to the estate and gift laws in the nearest future. As far as this topic is concerned, it is an area of practice that I have gotten myself more familiar with as my clients have begun to age up. The eventuality of estates and gift taxes are forever sealed together in marriage that is rooted in war of all things. You wouldn’t have a gift tax if it weren’t for an estate tax, and you wouldn’t have an estate tax without gift tax. Some few years back, the Federal Government decided to tax people’s ...
The Complete Guide to the Internal Revenue Service Craig W. Smalley, E.A.
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Most people in the United States realize that the IRS has extraordinary powers to collect the taxes people owe. People who face the agency with an audit or collection problem naturally have a more focused sense of these powers. The agency's full arsenal suggests a range of powers people would not ordinarily think should be given to our government, at least not all at once. But the agency's powers have all been granted by your legislature and mine, the Congress, and the courts have consistently upheld these powers as legal and constitutional – in fact, necessary. While the IRS usually exercises most of its authority with great forbearance, sometimes bordering on reluctance, its powers ar ...

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