The F-Word: How Our Tax Code Is Failing American Taxpayers-and Why!

The F-Word: How Our Tax Code Is Failing American Taxpayers-and Why!

by Douglas Spiker


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Frivolous-how the Internal Revenue System typically describes constitutional arguments from any taxpayer. Frustrating, flawed and failing is how many Americans would describe the IRS. This is what The F-Word is all about.

For the first time, the political and economic insanity surrounding the Internal Revenue Code is presented by a veteran tax professional, an IRS enrolled agent. In a unique and informative way, The F-Word exposes the unfair, haphazard, and often unintended consequences imposed on Americans by our current tax code.

Despite decades of empty promises, pointless revisions, and calls for reform, the Internal Revenue Code remains complex, confusing, sometimes arbitrary and frequently ambiguous.

Over a 30-year career, Douglas Spiker, an enrolled agent with the IRS, has used his tax expertise to help small business entrepreneurs achieve their business goals. Spiker currently resides with his wife in Rochester, New York.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781505521443
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/21/2015
Pages: 388
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.86(d)

About the Author

As an enrolled agent, the highest credential awarded by the Internal Revenue Service, Douglas Spiker has earned the unlimited privilege of representing taxpayers before the IRS. With 30 years of financial management experience, he has helped many small businesses succeed by guiding them through the labyrinth that is the tax system in the United States.

The F-Word, Spiker's first book, is based on his real-life experiences dealing with the tax code and the Internal Revenue Service.

He is passionate in his support for small-business entrepreneurs. In his private practice, focused on small business owners, he provides proven strategies to help them achieve their personal and business goals. Service to his clients often includes representation in front of federal and state tax agencies.

Spiker and his wife currently live in Rochester, New York, and have six children and nine grandchildren.

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