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m new to this country and want to learn mroe about tax laws in this
country?
Can someone suggest books to me?

Elden


Start by getting a IRS Form 1040 for 1998, or 1999 when it comes out (it won't be very different) and read its instructions. The first several pages give you a lot of referrences. Then get the Publication and Form for everything that pertains to your tax situation. Publication 17 is also helpful as a next step. You can get all this at the IRS web site, http://www.irs.gov
Library has good books also J.J. Lasiter "Your Taxes" ( I think) is pretty good.
Good luck! Ed
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