The Ernst & Young Tax Guide 2001

When it comes to filing tax returns, most people are seeking all the help they can get. The Ernst & Young Tax Guide 2001 is a comprehensive guide to preparing your own tax return. Written in easy-to-understand language by the tax professionals at Ernst & Young, a leading tax and accounting firm, it is loaded with tips, reminders, and strategies that not only assist you in preparing your tax filing for the past year, but also help you organize your records for the upcoming tax year. 

The Ernst & Young Tax Guide 2001 is really two books in one. The first section is the official Internal Revenue Service tax guide, Your Federal Income Tax, (Publication 17). This section informs you of the official IRS position on many tax questions. The second section then goes on to tell you what the IRS doesn`t- the outcome of court rulings and the opinions of tax professionals, which frequently differ from those of the IRS.

The new, updated version for 2001 also steers you toward potential tax savings by pointing out the 50 most frequently overlooked tax deductions.

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