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Federal Tax Procedures for Attorneys, 2d ed.

The ABA has recently published, Federal Tax Procedures for Attorneys, 2d by W. Patrick Cantrell. This book, designed for the tax attorney and the tax scholar, provides a real-world approach to tax practice issues. The information is thorough yet well organized and there are numerous practice tips located throughout the book. There are nine chapters covering topics relevant to the tax practitioner such as IRS examinations and administrative appeals within the agency. The chapter on tax litigation  covers deficiency process, tax claims and refunds, and the U.S. Tax Court. Collection enforcement matters such as levies and liens as well as collection remedies and defenses are also covered. Other topics include penalties and interest, statute of limitations on tax cases, ethical considerations, and tax fraud. There is a subject index and the appendices include a list of abbreviations and acronyms used in tax practice, IRS form letters, IRS publications of procedural topics, and IRS forms and notices used in federal tax procedure matters.  This book is available on the new titles shelf (across from the reference desk next to the public computer terminals) in the law library under the call number (KF6320.C36  2015).

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