HOW TO SURVIVE THE IRS: MY BATTLES AGAINST GOLIATH

HOW TO SURVIVE THE IRS: MY BATTLES AGAINST GOLIATH

by Michael Louis Minns, Ron Paul

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Overview

How to Survive the IRS -My Battles Against Goliath is one book the IRS would prefer you did not read - a book that chronicles horrific incidents of IRS wrong-doing. Readers will learn the many ways that IRS agents have bent the rules, confused, mislead, and abused taxpayers' civil rights, violating their own tax code, as they applied their GOLIATH power to intimidate and over-power taxpayers.

Written in layman's language, Minns chronicles testimony and his work on some of his most famous court cases. In How To Survive the IRS you will read about;

  • IRS agents who stormed a taxpayer�s homes, armed with laser-sighted weapons;
  • IRS agents who maced family members and traumatized minor children;
  • How an IRS agent edited the interview tapes of an audit;
  • IRS agents who lied on reports, and stole or altered tax records;
  • How little the IRS really know about their own tax code;
  • The many ways that IRS agents violate taxpayer's civil rights; and What you can do if you are criminally charged or wrongly accused by the IRS!

How to Survive the IRS will also help readers gain a simple understanding of little-known tax rulings, tax shelters, offshore banking, plus 100 tips for staying OFF the IRS radar screen. A must read for any taxpayer, tax attorney or tax CPA.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781569801703
Publisher: Barricade Books, Incorporated
Publication date: 03/01/2001
Pages: 336
Product dimensions: 6.50(w) x 1.50(h) x 9.50(d)

What People are Saying About This

John Berthoud

John Berthoud, President, National Taxpayers Union
Tax-and-Spend Members of Congress and their shrill media allies proclaim that 'tax cheating' is rampant and on the rise because of recent IRS reforms. Micheal Minns provides prima facie evidence against those who would like to make us think we've gone 'too far' in trying to rein in IRS abuse and change the way we tax our citizens.

Ron Paul

Ron Paul, MD - US Congressman, 14th District
Working in the tradition of the framers is attorney Michael Louis Minns. He has defended many Americans against the depredations of the tax police, and argued for a fair and constitutional system in place of the personal income tax.

Paul DeFosses

In a criminal tax case the government claims it wins 97% of the time. One lawyer, Michael Minns, leaves the field behind defending taxpayers against the IRS. Winning 90% of the time. His record is so good there is no second place. 'How To Survive the IRS' gives you the inside story.
—(Paul DeFosses, CPA, Author of;IRS Target & IRS;Agency Out of Control,Self-Employed, A fomer IRS agent and Former President of the IRS Whistle Blowers of America

C. Collins Redd

C. Collis Redd, EA 1999-2000 CPE Chair, National Association of Enrolled Agents
If you are accused of a tax crime, and you don't have Michael Minns or this book, pack your toothbrush, and tell the family you're going to be a guest of the Feds for a while.

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Guest More than 1 year ago
Here I am in the beginning of what promises to be the busiest 'tax season' ever, and into my office comes 'How to Survive the IRS', a pulse quickening, rapid read of struggles with the formidable Internal Revenue Service by one of the great champions of the people. I couldn't put it down! Unlike other lawyers who surrender to the IRS' maze of bureaucracy and deceptions, Michael Minns goes in with the singular intent to fight and win for his clients who have been wronged. His insight and tenacity are unparalleled, his candor refreshing and his integrity embraced by those of us who strive daily to right the wrongs to our fellow citizens. I highly recommend this book to all of my clients and tell them to pass it on
Guest More than 1 year ago
Here I am in the beginning of what promises to be the busied 'tax season' ever, and into my office comes 'How to Survive the IRS', a pulse quickening, rapid read of struggles with the formidable Internal Revenue Service by one of the great champions of the people. I couldn't put it down! Unlike other lawyers who surrender to the IRS' maze of bureaucracy and deceptions, Michael Minns goes in with the singular intent to fight and win for his clients who have been wronged. His insight and tenacity are unparalleled, his candor refreshing and his integrity embraced by those of us who strive daily to right the wrongs to our fellow citizens. I highly recommend this book to all if my clients and tell them to pass is on.