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Subject: Re: Tax Advisors Date: 7/16/2001 3:48 PM
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I am interested in finding a tax advisor to help me plan and understand my current and future tax situations.

Your question is pretty general, so responses will have to be also. To me, the bottom line is that you're looking for someone experienced with your issues.

If you're thinking of starting a business, you need an accountant. What you spend in fees will more than be repaid in your understanding of the financial side of your business. For nonbusiness issues, either an accountant or an enrolled agent would probably suit your needs. You can find useful links at www.aicpa.org and www.naea.org.

If you have a specific issue, such as stock options, talk to others in the same situation. A referral from a statisfied client is the best lead you can get.

Phil Marti
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