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Get up-to-date, expert treatise guidance on the rules and regulations of our current tax system. Comprehensive coverage of key topics Analysis of major cases, rulings and law changes Links to primary source documents CCH Expert Treatise Library: Tax Practice & Procedure is a comprehensive resource for understanding all aspects of tax practice and client representation before the Internal Revenue Service. This valuable solution includes current "hot topics" and up-to-date coverage of the fundamentals required to navigate the current tax system, as well as thoughtful insights, practical strategies and techniques to successfully resolve tax disputes. Knowledgeable Perspective from Active Practitioners
Our authors for the CCH Expert Treatise Library: Tax Practice & Procedure are nationally well-respected tax, legal and academic leaders in their respective fields of expertise. With their experience and insight, you'll ensure that you're up-to-date on the latest rules and regulations of our current tax system. Claudia Hill, EA, MBA is a nationally recognized tax professional and frequent lecturer on taxation of individuals and representation before the IRS. She is Editor in Chief of CCH's Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure and coordinates the Forbes IRS Watch blog. Ms. Hill has testified before both the Senate Finance Committee and House Ways & Means Committee on tax issues, including tax law complexity and the Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT). In March 2005, she was invited to testify about the individual AMT at the President's Tax Reform Panel. Ms. Hill is often called upon by the media for comment about tax issues, and she served on the 1987 Commissioner's Advisory Group to the National Office of the Internal Revenue Service. Ms. Hill is owner and principal of Tax Mam, Inc., and TMI Tax Services Group, Inc., in Cupertino, CA. TMI offers quality tax return preparation, tax advisory and controversy representation services to small businesses and individual taxpayers. Charles P. Rettig, Esq. of Hochman, Salkin, Rettig, Toscher & tax practice and procedure for the ABA Taxation Section, the AICPA, UCLA, USC and NYU. He is also a member of the Board of Advisors for the CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure and is the author of the Journal's Practice Column. Mr. Rettig, a Life Member of the American Tax Policy Institute, has received numerous national awards and honors, including Tax Person of the Year (Top 10) by Tax Notes/Tax Analysts, the IRS District Director's Award, Top 50 IRS Representation Practitioners, and a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Rating. He is frequently quoted with respect to tax-related matters by The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, CCH, Tax Analysts/Tax Notes, the BNA Daily Tax Report, the Los Angeles Times, and other national periodicals. Mr. Rettig is an Adjunct Professor at the Graduate School of Taxation at Golden Gate University. William P. Wiggins, Esq. is a Professor of Law and Taxation Perez, PC, in Beverly Hills, CA. is a nationally recognized leader in the fields of civil and criminal tax controversy and tax litigation, and has been recognized as a driving force in tax policy making at the national level. He is a Certified Specialist in both Taxation Law and Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. Mr. Rettig is the Past-Chair of the IRS Advisory Council (IRSAC) and is a member of numerous associations and committees, including the Advisory Board of the California Franchise Tax Board and the Advisory Council of the California State Board of Equalization. He is also a Regent and Elected Fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel (ACTC) and a member of the National Board of Advisors for the Graduate Tax Program (LL.M. in Taxation) at the NYU School of Law. Mr. Rettig Chairs or Co-Chairs various annual national conferences regarding at Bentley University and has developed and taught a wide variety of courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. He has chaired many of the university's major task forces and has directed its regional, national and international accreditation activities. Professor Wiggins is a recipient of the university's highest teaching award (The Gregory H. Adamian Excellence in Teaching Award), as well as a recipient of a Bentley University Innovation in Teaching Award for his work in developing a tax controversy practicum for graduate tax students participating in the Bentley tax clinic. He has also co-authored a leading textbook, published articles in academic and professional journals, and presented papers at numerous international, national, and regional conferences. His most recent publications have appeared in journals such as TAXES -- The Tax Magazine and the Journal of Tax Practice & Procedure. CCH Expert Treatise Library -- Tax Practice & Procedure As an attorney, Professor Wiggins focuses on tax controversies. He has experience in representing clients in all phases of Federal tax examinations and administrative appeals. He has made presentations at the Annual National Low Income Taxpayer Conference on topics ranging from techniques for starting a low income taxpayer clinic to audit reconsideration practices. Access to Primary Source Documents Internal Revenue Code The Federal Tax Regulations Rulings IRS Federal Court Decisions Committee Reports Simplify Your Tax Research
CCH Expert Treatise Library: Tax Practice & Procedure will allow you to: Understand complex tax issues Assess the impact on your clients' businesses, allowing them Helpful Practice Aids Examples Interactive Worksheets, Tables and Exhibits Filled-in Sample Forms Sample Letters Index and Finding Table to make informed decisions Provide practical advice to your clients Quickly find accurate answers to your tax questions via easy- to-understand explanations and numerous examples Access answers seamlessly through integrated tax links Learn to use the Internal Revenue Manual to understand IRS Other Titles Available CCH Expert Treatise Library: Federal Taxation of Corporations operating procedures Audit Technique Guides to discover IRS game plans Use & Shareholders CCH Expert Treatise Library: Federal Taxation of Partnerships & Partners CCH Expert Treatise Library: Taxation of Compensation & Benefits CCH Expert Treatise Library: State Sales & Use Taxation CCH Expert Treatise Library: State Taxation of Income & Other Topics Include Organization and Oversight of the IRS Controversy Practice Tax Tax Law and Interpretive Guidance The Returns Tax Statutes of Limitations Interest and Penalties Examination (Audit) Process The Audit Practices, Methods and Techniques Administrative Appeals and Settlement Assessment and Tax Collection Refunds and Credits Litigation Strategies Criminal Tax Procedure Bankruptcy and Receivership International Tax Practice and Procedure Business Taxes CCH Expert Treatise Library: International Taxation: Corporate & Individual CCH Expert Treatise Library: Federal Taxation of Subchapter S Corporations CCH Expert Treatise Library: Tax Accounting in Mergers and Acquisitions: Transactional Analysis CCH Expert Treatise Library: Limited Liability Companies: Federal and State Taxation Visit CCHGroup.com/Treatise for more information on all of our available titles. To learn more about the CCH Expert Treatise Library: Tax Practice & Procedure, please contact your CCH Account Representative at 888-CCH-REPS (888-224-7377) or visit CCHGroup.com Join us on
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