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by Jeff Schnepper

ePub How to Pay Zero Taxes 2011: Your Guide to Every Tax Break the IRS Allows! download
Jeff Schnepper
McGraw-Hill; 1 edition (November 17, 2010)
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Declare this! Make 2011 the year you pay LESS to the IRS! Totally updated for 2011, How to Pay Zero Taxes lays out the simple, practical, and proven strategies that save you money at tax time-this year, next year, and beyond.

From converting personal expenses into business deductions, to avoiding (or surviving) an IRS audit, Jeff Schnepper's guide comprehensively covers more deductions than any other tax book, all conveniently organized into six easy-access categories: exclusions, credits, general deductions, “below-the-line” deductions, traditional tax shelters, and super tax shelters.

Clear, concise, and loaded with up-to-the-minute information that puts more money back in your pockets, How to Pay Zero Taxes is the ultimate tax payer's resource.

New for 2011, complete coverage of: New tax laws Exemptions, credits, and exclusions Special capital gains and dividends rules Increased IRA and retirement plan limits Job hunting and relocation expenses Theft and casualty losses Child care and elder care Educational and Roth IRAs

Jeff A. Schnepper is the author of several books on finance and taxation, including How to Pay Zero Estate Taxes and all twenty-seven previous editions of How to Pay Zero Taxes. He is Microsoft's MSN MONEY tax expert, an economics editor for USA Today, and is tax counsel for Haran, Watson & Company.

  • While looking for information for only the 2011 taxes, I found information that was confusing to me and consequently it did not really assist as I thought it should have. It kept referencing laws from several years back and alluded to how they were going to be part of the figuring of the 2011 taxes. I was not able to make the connection for it to make sense. However, there were snippets of information here and there that were fascinating especially in light of the craziness that exists in the Social Security Offices and how it is run (or shall I say how it isn't run)....appears to be a very confusing place.

  • Another book heavy on what you already do or already should know.
    Very scant on strategy and creativity.

  • Good info

  • I bought the kindle edition, around 10 bucks. I will end up with 10 bucks less in savings this year because I bought this garbage. Anyone who has ever filed taxes could have given the "advice" in this book. facts and figures were just padding before and after the "advice". save your money.

  • This is an indispensable guide for both users and tax professionals. It covers every conceivable area of the complex tax law we live under. My one objection is that many of the laws have been replaced and it is often unclear which ones remain and which have been changed by new laws. If the repealed laws were eliminated, this is a five star recommendation.Still a great value and resource that could be improved and condensed.

  • Great service it came exactly as proposed. This book is definitely huge and is more than an over night read. It covers every deduction I have heaed of.

  • The Tax Code is so complicated that any one can (mis)interpret it and reduce the taxes to zero WHEN FILING. What happens next? Audits? Penalties? Prosecution?

  • Tax law changes every year, having this reference around helps one to work through a complete list of deductions. While a lot of this information is around in various forms in other places, having the info in one concise place where you can walk through all the deductions is very helpful.