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They also deal with clients noone else will touch.

As long as you bring money (or a refund they can take a chunk of), they'll deal with you. As quickly as possible.

As in, you don't HAVE to report your basis. (And I'd prefer that you didn't because then you've got to go find it and bring it back and take up more of my time and I'd rather get you in and out of my office as fast as I can because then I make more money. I don't care that reporting zero basis increases your taxes. I just want to collect my fees.)

--Peter

PS - How's that for bringing the rabbit trail back on topic??
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