Jim Kelly, Star of Martial Arts Movies, Dies at 67

Mr. Kelly added an Afro, swagger and a few memorable one-liners to martial arts movies in the 1970s.
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Dealing with the IRS may not have been the most rewarding experience for most people, especially for a woman who endured the agony brought about by a five-year tax audit plan. In Beating the IRS Tax Squeeze (published by iUniverse), readers will unveil a David-and-Goliath tale.


Handing insights on how to deal with an intimidating and powerful government agency such as the IRS, this work equips readers with ample knowledge, as well as the power to stand up for ones rights, maintain ones position and establish a solid defense.


In this smart, worldly, and candid book, Qian adheres to the facts of her dealings with the IRS as she recounts her many telephone calls, multiple correspondence audits, and five office audits. Her uplifting tale of survival proves that perseverance is the key to success not just in IRS audits, but in all aspects of life.


A must-read for all those who, like Qian, find themselves in a similar situation where harassment and bullying had taken over their lives, this one-of-a-kind work is an eye-opening reading experience.


About the Author


Qian Yi has a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics from Fontbonne University in St. Louis, Missouri. In the mid-1960s, her short story The Gold Ring was published in Columbia University’s literary magazine Quarto. In 1990, she became an enrolled IRS agent. She is married with two children.


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