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How to Pay Zero Taxes, 2006 23rd Edition
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Completely Updated: The ultimate guide to paying the IRS less--with the latest changes in the 2006 tax codes
Totally updated for 2006, this unique tax guide focuses on tax saving, not tax preparation. Organized around all the IRS-sanctioned deductions, shelters, credits, and exemptions, How to Pay Zero Taxes stands apart from the crowd because it's easy to read, easy to apply, and it zeroes in on how you can save money in payments. Tax expert Jeff Schnepper includes comprehensive coverage of more deductions than any other tax book, including those related to child care and elder care, moving expenses, job hunting expenses, mortgages and points, investment expenses, and 401(k)s.
"If there's a tax break allowed out there, it's in here."--New York Daily News
Includes all the latest updates and changes to the 2004 tax code
Publishers Weekly called it "a can't-miss title." The New York Daily News praised it for "pushing the envelope" and taking "a consumerist approach that's helpful during all the other months before next April." Best of all, more than half a million people have consulted How to Pay Zero Taxes for solid guidance on paying less to the IRS.
This fully updated 22nd edition contains:
About the Author
Jeff A. Schnepper is the author of How to Pay Zero Taxes, a bestseller now in its seventeenth annual edition, as well as several other books on finance and taxation. He is the financial, tax, and legal advisor to the Transamerica sales force and runs a full-time accounting and legal practice in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Mr. Schnepper also writes a column for Microsoft’s online personal finance website, MoneyCentral, and is a tax strategist and advisor for TheTaxPeople.net, and the ORYAN Program.
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