Tax Book Reviews
J.K. Lasser's Your Income Tax (Book Review)
Review of the book "J.K. Lasser's Your Income Tax." Comprehensive, easy-to-read, and well organized. I recommend the book to anyone preparing their own taxes, either by hand or by computer. Next best thing to having a tax professional sitting next to you.
The Truth About Paying Fewer Taxes
In 52 concise and engaging chapters, author S. Kay Bell covers the basics of federal taxes and how to plan your financial decisions to take advantage of various tax breaks.
PriceWaterhouseCoopers Guide to Tax and Financial Planning
Review of the book "Guide to Tax and Financial Planning" by PriceWaterhouseCoopers. A top-notch guide to tax planning, with sensible ideas for minimizing your federal tax bill including strategies for reducing the alternative minimum tax. Handy checklists and five chapters on year-end strategies makes this a first-rate book for people looking to...
Taxes For Dummies (Book Review)
Review of the book, "Taxes For Dummies." Easy-to-read, well organized, and thoroughly helpful. I recommend the book to people who want to prepare their own taxes, either by hand or by computer. Excellent advice and strategies for dealing with the IRS.
Ernst & Young Tax Guide (Book Review)
Review of the Ernst & Young Tax Guide. A comprehensive, well-organized information on federal income taxes. The Tax Guide is really two books in one: it contains IRS Publication 17, an overview of essential tax information from the IRS perspective; and it also contains tips, insights, and guidance from Ernst & Young's team of tax experts.
Lower Taxes in 7 Easy Steps (Book Review)
Review of the book "Lower Taxes in 7 Easy Steps." Easy-to-read and well organized, attorney Stephen Fishman provides safe and legal tax strategies to minimize your taxes. Recommended to anyone needing a step-by-step introduction to federal income taxes.
Best Tax Books: Top Picks for Tax Preparation Books
Find objective, un-biased reviews of all the top tax preparation books. Find out which tax book is number 1. Plus links to all tax book reviews.
How To Pay Zero Taxes: Your Guide to Every Tax Break the IRS Allows (Book...
Review of the book, "How To Pay Zero Taxes: Your Guide to Every Tax Break the IRS Allows," by Jeff A. Schnepper. Recommended for anyone who wants to implement long-term tax strategies to reduce or eliminate their tax liabilities.
Tax Reference Books for Practitioners and Professionals - Top Picks
Find top picks for the best tax reference publications for tax professionals. Includes top accounting software, best tax handbooks, and tax accounting books you might have overlooked.
Tax Planning Strategies (Book Review)
Review of the book Tax Planning Strategies from CCH Incorporated.
Small Business Taxes Made Easy (Book Review)
Review of the book "Small Business Taxes Made Easy," by Eva Rosenberg.
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Tax Breaks and Deductions (Book Review)
Review of the book, "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Tax Breaks and Deductions," by Lita Epstein. Epstein has an ambitious goal: to produce a tax book that lives beyond April 15th as a handy guide to tax planning.