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Hello everyone,

There is a very interesting article that was recently published in the 8/7/2000 issue of Forbes magazine related to the deferral of capital gains. There are certain, strict criteria that a person must meet to be eligible to use this semi-new loophole. Here is the url for the article:

http://www.forbes.com/forbes/00/0807/6604134a.htm

I am interested in knowing some examples from anyone that has actually put this baby into practice (other than our boy Marc Andreessen of Netscape/AOL fame)! Some of the more risk-taking/successful investors in fooldom may be able to benefit from this.

Thanks in advance for any examples,

Batman28
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