Tax Wisdom – The greatest tax simplification would be to have the law remain settled for several years so we could all catch up.
-Sheldon S. Cohen
If you prepare your own taxes on paper or by computer, this text will be invaluable to you in identifying, and understanding the applicability of tax credits and itemized deductions.
It contains over 430 pages of information in sixteen categories. Authored by attorney and tax expert, Barbara Weltman, it is written for every taxpayer, and explains in easily understandable terms credits and deductions.
Each credit or deduction is explained in detail, how it benefits you, conditions you must meet, planning tips, and pitfalls. You are also advised where on the return to claim it.
The list of deductions is exhaustive, and encompasses the spectrum of items that could possibly apply to any taxpayer.
Don’t be concerned about getting your copy now, and being left out if Congress makes tax law changes in November or December. You can go to jklasser.com for up-to-the-minute tax law changes and supplements.
I have personally used this book for a number of years, and will use it this fall in tax classes I will be teaching.
The book is available at your local book store and online at www.jklasser.com