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The Ernst & Young Tax Guide 2003
     

The Ernst & Young Tax Guide 2003

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by Ernst & Young LLP, Peter W. Bernstein (Editor)
 

". . . The top choice . . ."
–The New York Times

  • New tax law changes and how they affect you
  • Easy-to-use explanations and tax-saving tips
  • 50 most commonly overlooked deductions

". . . The best tax guide of the bunch . . ."
–USA Today

". . . Hard to Beat . . ."
–Money magazine

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". . . The top choice . . ."
–The New York Times

  • New tax law changes and how they affect you
  • Easy-to-use explanations and tax-saving tips
  • 50 most commonly overlooked deductions

". . . The best tax guide of the bunch . . ."
–USA Today

". . . Hard to Beat . . ."
–Money magazine

The Ernst & Young Tax Guide 2003 is the most current, authoritative, and bestselling tax guide on the market. Here is the only guide that provides complete coverage of the new tax law provisions and includes essential forms for the upcoming tax season, plus the IRS’s official filing instructions for these forms. Make the most of the new tax law by saving more money on your taxes with America’s leading tax and accounting firm, Ernst & Young LLP.

SPECIAL FEATURES IN THIS YEAR’S EDITION:

  • Continued phase-in of Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001–how it will affect your taxes today and in the years to come
  • IRS Publication 17, "Your Federal Income Tax"
  • How to take advantage of new rules on retirement plan rollover and distribution
  • Using Coverdell ESAs and Qualified Tuition (Section 529) programs
  • Estate Tax phase-in of lower rates, increased estate and tax exemption levels, and reduction in state death tax credit
  • 50 Most Commonly Overlooked Deductions
  • How to take advantage of the tax provisions of The Job Creation and WorkerAssistance Act of 2002

PLUS the always popular features:

TAXSAVERS–tips to slash your taxes this year and next
TAXPLANNERS–strategies to help you prepare for the upcoming year
TAXALERTS–pointers on the new tax law changes that may affect you
TAXORGANIZERS–reminders that help you keep track of your important tax records

Over 450 of them at your fingertips!

Editorial Reviews

The Barnes & Noble Review
This is the most authoritative and detailed income tax guide currently available. As its authors point out in their introduction, two books have been carefully spliced together to create this one volume: The first part of the manual is the IRS's official tax guide (Publication 17, Your Federal Income Tax) and the second part contains Ernst & Young's advice, comments, and expert tips. The IRS text is printed in black, while the Ernst & Young commentary appears on the same page inside a blue box, thereby allowing you to access both official and unofficial information at the same time. The advantages of this format are clear -- without a lot of cumbersome page-turning, you can find out exactly what you need to know in order to file your return as advantageously as possible. The back of the book also contains an abundance of usable forms. Given the number of recent changes made in the tax laws (all of which are explained), this is a particularly good year to make sure you have the most recent copy of The Ernst & Young Tax Guide in your home.

Another noteworthy feature of the book is the inclusion of information on a variety of special cases -- citizens working abroad, the gift tax, reporting domestic help -- as well as forward-looking advice that will help you make financial plans for the rest of 2003. Many readers will find additional benefits in the list of 50 of the most easily overlooked deductions. From the depreciation of your home computer to job-related moving expenses to home improvements, you'll be surprised at the number of things you might be able to get credit for. Sunil Sharma

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780471227076
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
12/13/2002
Edition description:
REV
Pages:
752
Product dimensions:
8.40(w) x 10.90(h) x 1.66(d)

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The Ernst & Young Tax Guide 2003 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
All of the information is unreliable.
Guest More than 1 year ago
You may not beleive me, but my father helped write this book! HIs name is Fred Copeman and he is the national direstor of affordable housing and worked very hard on the book. he is the smartest guy i knwo, so if i were you, i'd buy this book:it's coming from the best authority.