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Tdoyle 23:09, 25 May 2005 (CDT)

Long-time TaxAlmanac member (user page info needed)

Hi, I see you've been a member of TaxAlmanac since May 2005 (wow - that may be the earliest date I've seen so far!), and (at least in 2006) you are a ProSeries user - welcome back!

As you may have noticed when you asked your question today, we now show people four steps to asking a new tax question, and in those steps you're asked, among other things, to be sure that your user page is updated with info about your background and/or level of experience. Others can click on your user name in any discussion to easily access the info (and you can do the same with their user names). People use that info when deciding whether to respond to questions (some members won't respond at all when the user info hasn't been updated, if they don't recognize the user name), and also how to respond - e.g., with more complex responses/code cites/court cases for those with plenty of experience, or with pubs or cautionary info for those with little experience.

Your level of experience also provides more context for your posts, which can be important whether you're posting questions or posting responses to other discussions. To make it easier for you to edit the user page, I have replaced your user page with the standard editable boilerplate.

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Trillium 12:40, 13 August 2010 (CDT)

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