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Casey federal tax practice is an encyclopedic reference for attorneys whose practice involves Federal tax controversies before the IRS and Tax Court. It explains the entire structure of the Federal tax system and presents an insider look at the IRS procedures in areas such as assessment, audit, settlement, collection, and liens. It clearly states what the IRS can and cannot do, and when they may do it.
Database includes most recent edition only. Authors: Laurence F. Casey and updated by Edward J. Smith.
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Description based on electronic file, viewed June 9, 2013.