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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Internal Revenue Service: Practice and Procedure Deskbook

Tax procedure is without a doubt one of the most problematic but important areas in the tax field. The Practising Law Institute (PLI) publishes the Internal Revenue Service Practice and Procedure Deskbook, 4th ed. by Erin M. Collins & Edward M. Robbins, Jr., which provides the details on every major aspect on tax procedure such as examinations pertaining to individuals and businesses, assessments and collections of tax owed, investigation issues such as statute of limitations, IRS appeals, and tax litigation. This two volume looseleaf set is a wealth of information for attorneys who are practicing in the field as well as J.D. or Graduate Tax Students. The law library has this source in it's print collection (KF6301.S5222).

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