Who Am I?
Frederick William Daily, III
Specializing in Tax Law
Frederick (Fred) W. Daily is a tax lawyer, writer and lecturer. He is a graduate of the University of Florida and the Florida College of Law. Fred holds a Masters in Law (Taxation) and formerly served on the tax faculty at Golden Gate University in San Francisco.
His practice since 1968 is exclusively devoted to civil and criminal tax and IRS problem resolution. He is “AV” rated by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating earned by American attorneys.
Fred is a member of the State of California and Florida Bar Associations, and is admitted to practice before the U.S. Tax Court, U.S. Supreme Court and numerous federal District and Courts of Appeal.
He is the author of tax and small business books, including “Stand Up to the IRS,” “Tax Savvy for Small Business, “Surviving an IRS Tax Audit” and “Winning the IRS Game.” Two of these titles have continuously been in print since 1992 and 1995, and are updated annually. They are available for sale at major booksellers, Nolo.com and Amazon.com.
Fred’s tax commentary has been utilized on TurboTax and licensed by Microsoft; his tax advice is posted on Quicken.com, Unclefed.com and Nolo.com. He has given tax programs for Enrolled Agents, CPAs, and even IRS agents. Fred attended, and provided data used in the 1998 Senate Finance Committee IRS hearings, that resulted in a sweeping IRS Reform act.
He is regularly quoted in publications including the New York Times, Maxim, U. S. News & World Report, Wall Street Journal, Time, Newsweek, Tax Hotline, Bottom Line, Redbook, Smart Money, and Money. His television appearances include ABC’s Good Morning America, Fox’s Burden of Proof, CBS’s Street Stories; he has appeared on hundreds of local and national radio programs, including NPR’s Marketplace.
Fred is authorized to practice federal tax law in all of the 50 states.
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