How To Pay Zero Taxes, 2002 Edition

How To Pay Zero Taxes, 2002 Edition

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by Jeff A. Schnepper
     
 

"Might very well be the IRS's worst nightmare . . . If there's a tax break allowed out there,it's in here. " New York Daily News Includes all the latest changes to the 2001 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… See more details below

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"Might very well be the IRS's worst nightmare . . . If there's a tax break allowed out there,it's in here. " New York Daily News Includes all the latest changes to the 2001 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.

Fully updated with all the latest tax changes,this annual guide delivers more tax-saving tips than any other guide. It outlines the easiest,most practical strategies consumers can use to lower their taxes this year,next year,and beyond by focusing on hundreds of legal ways to preserve pretax income and profit.

2002 Edition

Your income is yours! Keep it with hundreds of tips and techniques that preserve it through exclusions,credits,deductions,shelters,smart investments,and more!

Make 2002 the year you pay zero taxes!

Fully updated to include all the latest tax law changes,How to Pay Zero Taxes outlines the easiest,most practical strategies you can use to lower your taxes this year,next year,and beyond. Hundreds of thousands of savvy taxpayers from all walks of life business owners,professionals,retirees,homeowners,and parents have relied on this trusted guide to find every legal tax break. Now you,too,can take advantage of all the deductions and exemptions the IRS doesn't publicize but allows! How to Pay Zero Taxes guides you through the ins and outs of every IRS-sanctioned tax-saving strategy available forpreserving income. From converting personal expenses into business expenses to obtaining tax credits for dependent care to setting up tax-slashing trusts to avoiding or surviving an IRS audit,Jeff Schnepper's guide comprehensively covers more deductions than any other tax book,all conveniently organized in six fast-access categories: exclusions,credits,"above-the-line" deductions,"below-the-line" deductions,traditional,and super-tax shelters.

IN THE 2002 EDITION YOU WILL FIND COVERAGE OF:

  • Child and education credits
  • Tax free savings for education
  • $3,000 deduction for higher education expenses
  • Increased dependent care and "kiddie" tax credits
  • Health insurance deductions
  • Education ITRA's for elementary and secondary school expenses
  • Increased IRA and Retirement Plan limits
  • New Retirement tax credits
  • Mortgages and points
  • Job-hunting expenses
  • Investing expenses
  • Tax straddles
  • Home equity loans
  • Travel and entertainment expenses
  • Real estate trusts
  • Equipment leasing
  • Theft and casualty losses
  • Educational IRAs
  • ROTH IRAs
  • Trade and business expenses
  • Moving expenses
  • Business use of your home
  • Divorce and separation costs
  • Capital gains rules
  • Family partnerships
  • Tax-free bonds
  • Slashed tax rates
  • Gifts and bequests
  • The elimination of estate tax

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780071380980
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
12/13/2001
Edition description:
REV
Pages:
624
Product dimensions:
7.35(w) x 9.21(h) x 1.90(d)

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