Offer in Compromise IRS  Levy and Wage Garnishments Franchise Tax Board
Innocent Spouse Installment Agreements Trust Fund Penalty

IRS, California Franchise Tax Board, State Board of Equalization, Employment Development Department links: IRS tax forms, and State tax forms:

Internal Revenue Service - Forms and Publications

California - Franchise Tax Board

California - State Board of Equalization

California - Employment Development Department


Resources - IRS Web Site:

Internal Revenue Bulletins

Publications and Notices

Forms and Instructions

News For the Tax Professional

Internal Revenue Service Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998 (RRA98)
Major IRS reform legislation, H.R. 2676, passed the House of Representatives on June 25, 1998 and the Senate on July 9, 1998. The President signed it into law. There are changes to the tax code which will be effected upon enactment.

Freedom of information


Resources - Other:

The Federal Register - National Archives and Records Administration

        Today's Table of Content - (IRS covered)

United States Tax Court


IRS Seizures (don't let it happen to you):

IRS auctions and sales; government auctions/sales
Internal Revenue Service. Real and Personal Property Sales. Under authority of the Internal Revenue Code, the property described here has been seized…

Tax Sites of Interest:

 Tax Topics    Tax Updates Tax Analysts 


Thomas - Legislative Information on the Internet (federal) Retrieve legislation and other documents contained in the Library of Congress

House of Representatives - The homepage of the U.S. House of Representatives. This site includes a member directory, roll call voting, and more.

U.S. House of Representatives - Committee on Ways and Means

Senate - The U.S. Senate's homepage. Search for a bill or contact your senator.

California Legislative Information Information regarding California legislation and existing statutes.

Tax Protester Information:

The Tax Protester FAQ:  Created by Daniel B.Evans, Attorney at Law. An excellent and detailed rebuttal of the most prevalent tax protestor arguments.



STAWRS The Simplified Tax and Wage Reporting System (STAWRS) web site offers employers a  guide to federal and state tax and wage reporting information. The Guide for Businesses page walks employers through the process of starting a business, hiring employees, and understanding reporting requirements. It also links to tax forms,publications, electronic reporting opportunities, state tax offices, and other tax-related web sites.

IRS Levy Relief - Stop the IRS Now

Spidell's California Taxes On-Line Leading commercial publisher on California taxes

California Law Library A variety of California legal materials

Identity Theft Links:

ID theft

Types of Consumder fraud

Office of the Comptroller of the Currency - U.S. Dept. Treasury


Some Bankruptcy Resources

Legal Information Institute. Find the full text of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code in hypertext (Cornell Law School)  The Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts offers a complete library of Official Bankruptcy Forms. Forms, in Adobe Acrobat format, can be downloaded or viewed online. It also provides Bankruptcy Basics (pdf format), a 72-page pamphlet published in June 2000 by the Bankruptcy Judges Division. It covers liquidations, individual bankruptcies, reorganizations under chapter 11, farm and municipal bankruptcies, and the Securities Investor Protection Act, and it includes a glossary of bankruptcy terminology.

Bankruptcy: An Overview, a general introduction to bankruptcy law and related Internet resources.

The Bankruptcy Lawfinder 
American Bankruptcy Institute
Commercial Law League of America
U.S. Trustee Program, the component of the U.S. Department of Justice responsible for overseeing the administration of bankruptcy cases and private trustees.


Find Law: Laws: Cases & Codes
US Sup Ct, US Code, Constitution, States...   American LegalNet

U.S. Government - links:






SALE OF PRINCIPAL RESIDENCE: proposed regulations relating to the exclusion of gain from the sale or exchange of a taxpayer's principal residence. These proposed regulations reflect changes to the law made by the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997, as amended by the Internal Revenue Service Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998. These proposed regulations generally affect taxpayers who sell or exchange their principal residences.

Weary of withholding  - (CAUTION: SEE WARNING - invitation to a living hell) 11-22-2000 (still applies today, year 2017)

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