Come clean with the taxman

Baumer, Dick
March 1999
DollarSense;Spring99, p4
Discusses tips in standing ground supposing the United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS) audits an individual's income tax return and disallows one or more deductions. Evaluation by an IRS appeals officer if an individual objects to the IRS' decision to disallow him for a deduction he filed; Considerations in evaluating available options if the IRS rejects an income tax deduction.


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