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Matt -

As you point out, these two tax figures often do not match. I have both numbers in my spreadsheet and compare for outliers and trends.

But I use the "investment in net tax assets" in my defensive income statement because it takes into account changes in tax asssets and liabilities that you find on the balance sheet.

Hewitt
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