-- While most tax books are organized either by tax form or for a specific audience (such as small business owners), this title will focus on how to make the best use of tax breaks and deductions for all types of financial planning needs.-- Alpha has a solid track record with books on finance, including The Complete Idiot's Guide "RM" to Personal Finance in Your 20s and 30, The Complete Idiot's Guide "RM" to Investing Like a Pro, and The Complete Idiot's Guide "RM" to Making Money on Wall Street, 3E.-- Lita Epstein's The Complete Idiot's Guide "RM" to Social Security recently received a rave review from The Kansas City Star, who said, "It's a book anyone over 40 should not only read, but reread...the best reference on the subject available. As self-help books go, this is one of the best organized, most user-friendly ever published."April 15th is the one day of the year that most Americans dread, tax day. Millions of people prefer to fill out the short form and be done with it. Most people don't know the many tax breaks and deductions that are available to them, all perfectly legal, that could ultimately save them a bundle of money and/or increase the size of their refund check from Uncle Sam. Author Lita Epstein reviews standard deductions and exemptions, then takes readers on a tour of the world of itemized deductions. Content includes sections about the many types of tax credits, education savings alternatives, retirement planning and tax codes, andEpstein, Lita is the author of 'Complete Idiot's Guide to Tax Breaks and Deductions' with ISBN 9780028644394 and ISBN 0028644395.