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Hi all,

In true legal fashion, I must start with a disclaimer:

I am quite new to the accounting/tax profession, so take everything I say with a large grain of salt...

Like many of us here, I majored in accounting in college. I quickly found that my undergrad education left me ill-equipped to be a tax professional. So I did what I never in a million years thought I would do -- I went to law school.

I still know next to nothing even though I'm one of those hated people who sometimes live off other people slipping and falling. So I'm hoping to learn a little here about estate and gift taxation, and the income taxation of trusts & estates (and occasionally contribute something of value or humor).

I might have to hand myself my own business card if I fail to include this:

The information posted by myself through this site shall not in any way be construed as rendering financial, tax, accounting, legal, consulting, investment or other professional advice on any matter. Any information posted by myself does not create a client, advisory, fiduciary or professional services relationship between any user or poster of this website.

IRS Circular 230 disclosure statement: I inform any user or poster of this website that any information posted in this forum is not tax advice, and is not intended or written to be used, and cannot be used, for the purpose of (i) avoiding penalties under the Internal Revenue Code or any other applicable law, or for (ii) promoting, marketing, or recommending to another party any transaction or matter that is contained in any post on this website.

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