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When you go to the IRS website, you don't get listings for "2003 Form 8283" or "2004 Form 8283." It's just "Form 8283 (Rev. Oct 1998.)"

It may not have been revised since 1998, but that doesn't mean it won't be before the end of this year. Any 2004 tax forms are potentially subject to changes during the year, depending on what our representatives do to tax law this year.
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