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Experienced tax lawyers, those new to tax law, and academics alike will benefit from this accessible book, which provides a nuts-and-bolts approach to solving specific problems that arise in everyday tax practice.
Unlike casebooks used in the curricula of most law schools, Federal Tax Procedures for Attorneys provides a nuts-and-bolts approach for solving specific problems that arise in everyday tax practice. Generally, the book deals exclusively with Internal Revenue Code sections 6000 to 9000.
Author W. Patrick Cantrell, who is both a lawyer and a tax professional, provides insight and practical tips on all aspects of federal tax controversies, including: