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  1. Cute post! I used to work in a tax litigation dept and until I started there I had no idea how complex and time intensive it would be. Laws that change every year sure make for a busy office!

  2. Eric Goldman says:

    Have you considered using an electronic copy of the tax code? :-) If it’s a PDF, you can even make comments on it! Eric.

  3. Sarah Lawsky says:

    Eric–There is some kind of flat, round item tucked in a plastic jacket at the back of the book I received. Investigation suggests that it may be a flying disc, although perhaps not a toy, as the edges are sharp enough that children should probably be kept away from it.

  4. Hauk says:

    This is one of the best posts I think I’ve ever read. I have no idea why.

  5. TRE says:

    Probably because the post suggests a world of tax law suitable for a short lived but iconic romantic comedy about tax lawyers, Hauk?

  6. John McCarron says:

    I bookmarked this page back in August of 08, after completing Fed Tax I and prior to taking Fed Tax II:Corporate & Estate/Gift Tax. I totally get it now. I think I am taking my code (selected sections) home for the holidays.

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