Agents of Deceit; Richard Green
From: George Espenlaub's show
Richard Green will be discussing his time working in the I.R.S. and how he lost his job. Author of, "Agents of Deceit," he was fired when he saw the corruption from the inside. A Whisleblower who sued and won his case he will take us behind the scenes of what goes on inside the I.R.S.
The IRS is the most powerful, but least accountable, institution in America. Not only is it contemptuous of U.S. Tax Payers, but it also thumbs it nose at the U.S. Congress.
Rick Green, MBA, is a former IRS agent, accounting professor, and auditor in the private sector.
He offers practical advice for the individual taxpayer to stand up to the IRS, whether the citizen is filling his annual return or enduring an audit. Rick Green is not a tax protester, who encourages illegal tax evasion — which can result in ruinous fines or even criminal prosecution.
Instead, Rick explains how to file returns that make it easy for the confused IRS to understand, and how to limit the impact and cost of an audit.
Finally, Rick uses government documents proving the IRS’ disorganization and increasing ineffectiveness — which the IRS largely ignores. Such IRS chaos and dysfunction demand that it be abolished and replaced by a national sales tax or VAT.
Ric Green spent five years as an IRS auditor -- and lived to tell the tale! In this searing, behind-the-scenes look at the real IRS and the threat it now poses to the financial well-being of every American, the MBA-trained tax expert documents the everyday abuses which take place daily inside the nation's most feared bureaucracy. Whether he's describing the "terror tactics" employed by agents intent on gouging every last penny out of taxpayers or the politically astute careerists who dominate a bureaucracy that "routinely tramples on the rights of the citizenry," Green's inside look at the Orwellian world of the modern IRS will enlighten the millions who've learned to fear April 15th more than any other day on the calendar. But it doesn't have to be that way, says Green, the gutsy whistleblower who was fired for speaking out against the agency's abuses and who then fought back with a successful lawsuit that was detailed in stark front-page coverage by the Los Angeles Times. When it comes to paying your federal taxes, knowledge is power -- and Green's one-of-a-kind look into the dark side of the IRS will help readers to shrug off their needless fear of the tax agents, while learning how to pay their fair share of taxes and not a penny more! Inspiring and full of hope -- and funny as hell at times -- Green's exposé is a courageous whistleblower's inside report on our nation's most dreaded agency. It's also chock-full of eye-opening detail that will help readers to stop being afraid of the fed taxers and start insisting on their rights when tax-day rolls around each year.
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