Confessions of a Tax Collector
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|LC Class||HJ2361 .Y36 2004|
Confessions of a Tax Collector is a non-fiction memoir by author and former Internal Revenue Service (IRS) tax collector Richard Yancey. Published in 2004 by HarperCollins, the book is a memoir of the author's twelve years employed by the IRS. It received a positive review from Publishers Weekly, and The Wall Street Journal called it "one of the top five books ever written about taxes."
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