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Fred W. Daily

School of Taxation,
Golden Gate University
San Francisco

Frederick Daily is a San Francisco based tax lawyer, writer and tax professor. He is a graduate of the University of Florida and it's College of Law with a Masters in Law (tax). Fred's practice of 30 years is devoted exclusively to tax and IRS matters. Fred is Of Counsel to Tierney Walden & Watson in San Francisco, California.

Fred Daily is an Adjunct Professor at the School of Taxation at Golden Gate University in San Francisco. He is a member of the California and Florida Bars and has been admitted to U.S. Tax Court, the U.S. Supreme Court as well as other federal District and Appeals Courts.

Fred Daily is the author of three tax books, including Nolo Press' Stand Up to the IRS and Tax Savvy for Small Business, which is also an interactive feature of Intuit's tax preparation software, MacIntax for Small Business and Turbotax for Small Business.

Fred Daily is regularly quoted in financial and legal publications including the New York Times, Lawyer's Weekly, U.S. News & World Report, Wall Street Journal, Tax Hotline and Money. He has appeared on ABC's Good Morning America, America Online Forums, National Public Radio's Marketplace and CBS national television and hundreds of radio programs.

List of Fred Daily's Articles On-line:

Using the Bankruptcy Code to Handle Tax Debts and Stop IRS Collectors
Choosing Your Record-Keeping System
Deductions Your Small Business Shouldn't Miss
Fastest Way to Tax Deduct Your New Computer
Getting Audited? Can't Find All Of Your Records? No Problem
Getting Tax Benefits From Bad Debts
IRS Penalties Mostly Likely to Affect Small Businesses
Keeping Records Of Employees Is Not So Easy
Small Business Tax Benefits: Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Tax Auditor
Successfully Dealing With The IRS For Small Business Tax Debts
Tax Aspects of Selling a Business
Tax Angles and Pitfalls of Buying a Business
Tax Benefits: The Big Four
The Top Ten Most Frequently Asked Small Business Questions  (1 of 3)
There's Nothing Like Being Your Own Boss, Except…
What You Need to Know About How Your Partnership is Taxed
Where Do You Go When You Have Outgrown the Sole Proprietorship?
Why You Should Care About Your Recordkeeping
Your Wheels and Tax Deals


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