This course, based on Stand Up to the IRS by Frederick W. Daily, reviews how the IRS works--its policies and procedures. The course will address the most frequently faced issues people have with the IRS
Summary of Contents:
Inside the IRS: What You Need to Know About IRS Operations
Filing Tax Returns: If You Haven't Filed and Other Concerns
Winning Your Audit
Appealing Your Audit Within the IRS
Going to Tax Court: No Lawyer Necessary
When You Owe the IRS: Keeping the Tax Collector at Bay
IRS Enforced Collection: Liens and Levies
The Taxpayer Advocate: A Friend at the IRS
Family, Friends, Heirs and the IRS
Fraud and Tax Crimes: Do You Really Have to Worry?
Sample Exam Questions:
1. Generally, your tax return cannot be audited after _______________
years from its original filing date.
2. Which of the following is TRUE about IRS auditors?
a) They receive bonuses based on the dollars produced from audits.
b) They receive overtime pay.
c) They typically have a light caseload.
d) Their job performance is based on how many files they close in a