Citing "EGTRRA" is meaningless without a section number.No, it isn't. I cited the EGTRRA of 2001. It is a specific document. Anyone who has ever used Google can find and search it. There is a link in the IRS document I linked in my last post. The document is a searchable PDF. We have different philosophies with regards to TMF. I believe in giving the source of information and allowing to confirm the information that I provided. I don't believe in spoonfeeding them. Therefore, I'm not going to give section, page number or line number. This site is above learning. IMO, the best way to learn is to find the information yourself once given some direction. BTW, since you want the section number, it is Section 615. It took about a minute to find.Let's drop the pretense and keep this civil and professional.Let's get off your high horse. When you first posted, I was gentle with you even though you ended your post with "there is a lot of misinformation out there". I didn't point that out. I was a little blunt with W401K because he said I was wrong even though I listed my source of information.Correcting my bluntness to him once was okay. As you see from my followup to your post commenting on my courtesy, I gave you sources of information without one bit of bluntness. I didn't even mention that part of your post. I don't know why you choose to correct me again since my response to you was civil and professional.Now that you corrected me for the second time without a reason, I suggest that the constant badgering of me to be civil is uncivil and unprofessional. You may want to consider your own posts in the future.PSU
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