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Taxalmanac has now been updated with the provisions of the Tax Increase Prevention and Reconciliation Act of 2005 and Heroes Earned Retirement Opportunities Act. Although these tax acts were signed into law by the President in May, 2006, we needed to wait for the public law version of the legislation to be posted by the Government Printing Office. The public law version is most suitable for importing.

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Excise Tax

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