Top IRS Red Flags for 2017
11 Jan, 2017, 07:35 ET
NEW YORK, Jan. 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- With a new year comes a new tax filing. And the IRS is back in full force, looking for scams and tax cheats, particularly since the practice is so lucrative. As leading tax professional Abby Eisenkraft writes in her new book, 101 Ways to Stay Off the IRS Radar (Parker House Publishing), the IRS earns $7 for every dollar it spends on enforcing its rules.
A federally licensed tax practitioner enrolled to practice before the IRS, Eisenkraft is passionate about defending taxpayers' rights before the IRS and state taxing authorities. To that end, her book focuses on helping people understand the different types of audits and what they can do to avoid coming under the watchful eyes of the federal government.
Quoted in such media as Money, Newsday, US News & World Report, and ABC-TV, Eisenkraft has the ability to make any discussion about the IRS entertaining and fun. Indeed, 101 Ways to Stay Off the IRS Radar's solid information is accented by the illustrations of Carolita Johnson, known for her work in the New Yorker.
Eisenkraft can talk about:
- What the IRS will be looking for this year.
- How to tell if it's really the IRS contacting you or just the latest scammer hoping for a quick score.
- The craziest deductions she has encountered that literally scream "audit me."
- Stupid mistakes smart people make when filing their taxes.
Credentials: Abby Eisenkraft is the CEO of Choice Tax Solutions Inc. She is a federally licensed Enrolled Agent (EA), an Accredited Tax Advisor (ATA), Accredited Tax Preparer (ATP) and a Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor (CRPC). She started her career in tax as a preparer and quickly gained a reputation for successfully dealing with difficult tax problems, including those previously unsolvable by other tax professionals. She currently specializes in tax controversy cases such as federal and state tax audits, non-filer cases, residency audits, and international matters.
Availability: New York City, nationwide by arrangement and via telephone
Contact: Abby Eisenkraft, (347) 598-0111; [email protected]; www.RealLifeTaxAdvice.com
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