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No need to post a duplicate question

You can edit your original post (click "edit this page" at the top of the screen, make the changes, click "save page" - just be sure to avoid changing/removing the squiggly brackets and all the stuff at the beginning, up to the "text=").

You can change your discussion title by clicking the "move" tab, make the changes, click "move page." Editing to add: With the move command, it's important to keep the "Discussion:" flag at the start, including the colon. That's what puts the discussion into the Discussion Forum Index, rather than posting it as one of the site's articles for future researchers.

You can also add a post to the end of the discussion with any new info you'd like people to consider, or if it's in danger of moving to page 2 of the index and you don't want it to be neglected - but your discussion is only halfway down the page, no risk of that, yet.

Typically, when someone posts a duplicate, we delete the new one, on the grounds that the old one might have been bookmarked by someone to come back to later, and if it's deleted, they may never see/notice the new post. Also, for those who have already scanned the discussion list in the past five or six hours since the first one was posted, it's quite disconcerting to see it posted anew as if it were an entirely different situation. As such, your new duplicate will be deleted shortly.

Trillium 00:07, 17 February 2011 (UTC)


I have moved your discussion back into the Discussion Forum Index and I also deleted the article you inadvertently created when you dropped "Discussion:" from the start of the name. Sorry, I should have posted that warning in the first place. I've edited my note above to include it.

Trillium 01:07, 17 February 2011 (UTC)

Partner's Deemed Distribution and §108

I have nothing to add to the Discussion: Partner's Deemed Distributions and §108. All of the arguments seem to have been made. DaveFogel 21:36, 23 May 2011 (UTC)

Redemption Calc.

Apprecaite your feedback on the partnership redemption.

Can you email me?

jeff@newmancpas.com

Quick question

Thanks!

Hi Dirk, just wanted to thank you personally for your detailed reply to my question. It was extremely helpful. Mld123 16:56, 23 August 2011 (UTC)

Do you know how to look at the history of a discussion?

You had two posts on your Sec. 179D discussion that were removed because they seemed to be cost-seg spam and also not really on point for what you were asking about.

But if you're interested in seeing these prior posts, you can open up your discussion, go to the history tab, and click on any of the prior versions of the discussion (on the date/time stamp). If you click on the one just prior to my first edit, you'll see both of the posts that were removed. I doubt very much that they'll be helpful to you, but wanted to make sure you knew how to do this in any case.

Trillium 18:25, 17 November 2012 (UTC)

Estate

DAJ,

Shoot me a blank email: ckenefick@carolina.rr.com

Ckenefick 00:14, 19 December 2012 (UTC)ckenefick

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