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Corporate Tax Audit Survival: a view of the IRS through corporate insider eyes.

CORPORATE TAX AUDIT SURVIVAL A View Of The IRS Through Corporate Insider Eyes By Cliff Jernigan Foreword by Larry Langdon

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

A tax attorney with extensive domestic and international tax and public policy experience, Cliff Jernigan is one of the few people who has gone from the corporate sector into the top management of the IRS and then back to the private sector. He shares valuable insights from both private industry and IRS perspectives. Corporate tax departments, accountants, lawyers and business school teachers will find his commentaries helpful as they navigate the organization and audit practices of the new Large and Mid-Size Business Division of the IRS. Cliff Jernigan is now in private practice in the areas of federal tax audit strategy and representation before the US Congress and California Legislature. More information about Mr. Jernigan can be found on his web site, www. cliffjernigan.com.

ENDORSEMENTS

Former IRS Commissioners

Larry Gibbs

Charles Rossotti

Former International TEI Presidents

Linda Burke

Sol Coffino

Lester Ezrati

Bob Perlman

Ray Rossi
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Publication:Tax Executive
Date:Jul 1, 2005
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