US Code, Internal Revenue Code, Tax Treaties, Social Security, court cases and commentary
||United States Code complete US Code, including Tax Code, from the Cornell University Law School's Legal Information Institute.|
||Comprehensive Government Document Source from LegalTrek.com of Chicago, Illinois.|
||US Tax Treaties all tax treaties in force between the US and over 50 foreign countries - from Uncle Fed's Tax-Board|
||Internal Revenue Bulletins from the IRS, since 1996.|
||IRS Forms and Publications from the IRS, available in multiple formats.|
||Internal Revenue Regulations from the IRS web site.|
||Social Security Totalization Treaties details on totalization treaties with foreign countries, from the Social Security Administration.|
||Social Security Retirement guide from the SSA.|
Law sites dealing with US court cases, business and commercial law sources.
Taxpayers with tax debt issues often have non-tax debts as well. As part of an overall solution to their financial challenges, renegotiation of their debts and clean up of their credit file can be very important. A business associate of mine - Dave Schram - focuses on such issues and has experienced very good success in helping his clients with their non-tax financial issues.
This is Dave's contact information:Dave Schram
2901 Sycamore Avenue
La Crescenta, CA 91214
(818) 813-8230 Pacific Time
(877) 754-0480 FAX
Collection, repo, charge-off permanent deletion success rate about 92% when
debts are not yet paid.
Here are a couple of links that may prove useful when you are dealing with high college educational costs. Under the TECHNICAL ISSUES section of the website, you can read about the rules concerning educational credits and deductions. Generally, there are AGI limitations to getting either a credit or a deduction, so keeping down costs can be a valuable pursuit!