Eric Green, one of NATP’s outstanding instructors, is an attorney and partner at Green & Sklarz, a boutique tax firm where he focuses his practice on civil and criminal tax controversy matters. He is a frequent lecturer on tax topics, including estate planning, and handling tax audits and tax controversies. He has three books that are a great resource for tax professionals looking to expand their practice and client services with IRS representation.
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Members can receive 15% off all of Eric’s books by using code
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TG Publishing. Books include:
The Accountant’s Guide to IRS Collections
Included with each chapter are sample forms and letters, as well as a Collection Checklist for you to use with potential clients at the end of the book. It’s everything you need to begin your journey into the burgeoning and profitable world of taxpayer representation.
The Accountant’s Guide to Resolving Tax Debts
This guide steps you through the procedures you need to know to help tax clients who have debt with the IRS. The key is to know if taxpayers qualify, and this book shows you the formula that the IRS uses when evaluating the taxpayer’s situation so that you can wisely counsel your client.
The Accountant’s Guide to Resolving Payroll Taxes & Personal Liability
This guide steps you through the procedures you need to know to help tax clients with payroll tax problems. The key is to understand the process the IRS pursues against both the company and the owner and responsible individuals, and this book walks you through the IRS process and explains where the opportunities are so you can wisely counsel your client.