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From the Author If you owe back taxes, are being audited, or have years of un-filed tax returns please read this book before you hire an attorney, accountant, or a tax resolution firm to help you. I've included everything you need to know to End your Tax Nightmare plus two special offers which could literally save you thousands in taxes. hope you enjoy.?-Corey W. Hankerson JD, EA Read more About the Author Corey W. Hankerson helps clients manage and resolve overwhelming tax and estate planning problems. He is a recognized expert in resolving contentious IRS matters and assists taxpayers in all fifty states and abroad. He is available to handle complex and difficult cases involving wage garnishments, account levies, tax liens, innocent spouse defenses, collection due process hearings, offers in compromise, requests for abatement of penalties, IRS tax fraud and failure to file issues, payroll tax problems, trust fund recovery penalties, and willful failure to file. Mr. Hankerson is the author of End The Tax Nightmare; Insider Secrets to Beat the IRS, Reduce Your Tax Debt! He is also the writer and publisher of Equity For Life a blog devoted to tax, estate planning, and asset protection topics.?As an estate planner, Corey is well respected as an authority on retirement plans and IRA distributions. He routinely counsels individuals on the proper ways to manage and protect their retirement plans as well as how to distribute their legacies to their families or favorite charities while mitigating estate and income tax liability. He is often invited to speak within the community where he emphasizes the importance of developing a robust estate plan by using certain provisions within the tax code to build multi-generational family wealth. In this role he frequently speaks to community groups, insurance agents, and other professionals.Corey attended undergraduate school at Howard University and law school at Northwestern University. He is a member of the National Association of Enrolled Agents and is licensed to practice before the Internal Revenue Service.? Read more

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