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So, what do the tax pros think?

I think I have enough to do to keep up with the things Congress has actually passed and the President has actually signed. Plus all of the Treasury Regulations, Revenue Rulings, Revenue Procedures, Letter Rulings, and other authorative literature.

I don't have too much time to fret over legislation that is so far away from passing that major provision are not yet generally agreed upon.

Once the details are worked into a bill that can be passed and signed, the tax planning will be fairly obvious. Until then, I've got organizers to print, appointments to schedule, tax update classes to attend and an office to organize for tax season.


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