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I think the street is all too aware of that fact, as even brokers must do their taxes!! he he

I believe that the increase is more due to the fact that a mainstay H&R chose CYCH as opposed to others, as well as to the news that so much of the H&R business went to the Internet, a significant fact in itself. In other words, Mr. Market suddenly thinks that there is future in the e-commerce after all. (Like we doubted that ;-) )

I'm hoping this news will generate healthy interest in the CYCH.

As to the Programmingfool's claims of "buggy" software, I have one word to say -- Microsoft. Few people make crappier software then Mr. Gates, yet by virtue of their market dominance, business savvy and tenacity, these folks managed to sell that crappy software to a lion's share of the market. They did it by riding the wave of real business need for standardized software that got the job done at the right time.

I believe that CYCH is uniquely positioned to make the jump in the emerging e-commerce market. Thousands of companies are all trying to jump to the Internet "yesterday". CYCH is going to be there, fulfilling a real business need. The right time, the right place to be . . . don't you think?

Fool on!

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