Books by Michael Gregory

Business Valuations and the IRS

The most comprehensive publication ever written for business valuers who prepare appraisals for federal tax purposes.

It compiles five books into one book with five parts, with the first two parts presenting processes and approaches to resolve conflict, followed by three parts addressing the most common adjustment areas by IRS engineers and valuers.

How the IRS Determines Reasonable Compensation

This book presents expert commentary on the issue of reasonable compensation in Part One and offers the IRS Job Aid on Reasonable Compensation with commentary by the original IRS issue champion to help you with this issue in Part Two.

How the IRS Values Non-Controlling Interests in S-Corps

This book presents expert commentary on the issue of Valuing Non-Controlling Interests in S Corps in Part One and offers the IRS Job Aid with commentary by the original IRS issue champion to help you with this issue in Part Two.

Peaceful Resolutions

Peaceful Resolutions: A 60-step illustrated guide to the art of conflict resolution provides insight and a process to de-escalate and move towards a process of collaboration. Education and sharing what I have learned drives me. I have been working on this book for three years. This book aims to assist those involved in conflicts, issue resolution, negotiations, mediations and compromise to see the common denominators in resolving conflicts and apply them to their situation.

How to Work with the IRS

This second edition expands to include 16 new real world examples involving tax issues. In this edition I am emphasizing issue resolution during examination, appeals, and litigation.

The Servant Manager

This manuscript was written over an 11-year period in which this author (with 25 years managerial experience at all levels of management) trained front-line managers from thirteen different business units, and from his having contacted the 50 best places to work in America.

The 203 Tips in this book are organized into sixteen chapters to help you become an uncommon servant manager.

Discount for Lack of Marketability and the IRS

As the champion of the Discount for Lack of Marketability Job Aid for IRS Professionals while at the IRS, Mike was not allowed to contact the various authors of models critiqued in this publication. It was prepared in September 2009 and published by the IRS in August 2011.

Business Appraisals and the IRS

A must-read for business valuation appraisers who provide appraisals for federal tax purposes, who provide expert testimony, and who work with or for the IRS. Written by an expert with more than 30 years experience in the tax and valuation field.