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If you have ever been afraid of the words 'taxes' or 'the IRS,' you'll love Patrick LeClaire's book on tax resolution. Taxation With Representation: Advice From A Tax Resolution Specialist offers expertise on how to prevent and respond to potential tax problems when needed, how to help yourself, and what to look for when finding experts in the field. In addition, the author offers his personal experiences which help the reader to determine that not only is Patrick an expert but also empathetic and considerate of the feelings of the troubled taxpayer. Whether or not you have a business, you will find useful information in this book that will assist you with vitally important decisions that not only have an impact on your finances but also your personal life.
LeClaire divides the book into three easily digestible parts. He offers examples within the book to help the reader identify or look for troubling spots within one's own assumptions that could interfere with or even sabotage a resolution with the IRS, should problems ever occur. The author's experience as an expert shines through this book and helps the reader to relax and even befriend a system that can typically evoke so much fear! Be sure to get this book and you'll be confidently prepared. In Taxation With Representation, Patrick LeClaire gives the reader resources that could potentially save the taxpayer from burdensome financial headaches. Expect to be relieved by having the additional information at your fingertips. I definitely recommend this book!