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I think it's I....

Everytime I see you post I have to look twice to see what I had posted that I didn't remember. I was looking at your history and wondered how long you've been posting and it looks like you posted first in July 2007 and then not again until 3 years later. Is that right? Just curious. I've thought about using a different user name but I did that once and forgot and responded under my new user name to a post I started under my original one. Oh, well, just rambling on a Sunday afternoon off. Have a great tax season.LJACPA 19:55, 13 February 2011 (UTC)

Of course not!

Let's keep 'em guessing. Though, I think I caused some conflict once when I couldn't take anymore of some very one-sided political comments and stirred a pot I should have stayed out of. Will not do that again. Sometimes it's what you don't say... You may want to be disassociated from me, though.

Thank you very much for your volunteering.

Basically, as a co-moderator or monitor, you would help do the following things in your spare time while reading TaxAlmanac posts:

-Delete spam and block spammers.

-Moniter for decent behavior and language.

-Enforce community rules (however they may evolve - with your help).

-Move/Categorize/Clean up/Link discussions as needed.

You would be given special user rights/priviledges by Tim Doyle to allow you to do these things. A general user cannot block another user, for instance. A sysop/moderator can. Look here: to see how many have already been blocked and why.

A sysop/moderator can also revert pages quickly to undo disruptive changes made by those who have malfeasance in mind. They can also 'protect' pages so that they cannot be changed by anyone other than another sysop/moderator.

Trillium, I and Tim Doyle would help you learn how to use these various tools.

I will pass your name on to Tim Doyle at Intuit.

Thank you

Kevinh5 21:30, 21 April 2011 (UTC)

I am interested if you have seen any recent discussion on SCA 1998-012 (an IRS CC memo that opins that a loss on the sale of a personal residence by an estate does not pass to the heirs).


Thank You - CPE


Thanks for the info on the CPE downtown....I will definitely look into it...

BTax2010 23:28, 26 May 2011 (UTC)

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