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Hey, they already did. Remeber the retro tax hike of 92?? My advise, based on our government, is to keep very accurate and detailed records of everything you do. And keep that information on a recuring basis year after year. (you should probably keep actual year to year records for 7 years. But seing how everything can go on a disc or cd why not keep them forever) Just be sure to cover as many bases you can. It is very difficult to predict what our government will do except to say, sooner or later, anything that generates significant gains for the citizen will be taxed.

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