Henry Mark Holzer - The Layman's Guide to Tax Evasion
The Layman's Guide to Tax Evasion is the definitive compilation of examples and situations that illustrate the different approaches and outcomes of individuals and business's involved in tax evasion cases. This book attempts to answer the question: "How can well-meaning, law-abiding Americans—as they attempt to minimize their taxes and maximize their financial privacy—avoid committing the federal crime of tax evasion?" In short, should a taxpayer who is attempting to "minimize" his tax payments and "maximize" his finances be in doubt, this would be the guide to get.
Some of the specific topics discussed in the guide include I.R.S. tax scams (designed to gather information from tax payers secretly), the ever-so-popular failure to file tax returns (and the consequences of doing so), how to prevent a criminal tax evasion prosecution, and a host of other common tax pit-falls that have caught taxpayers unsuspecting.