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AICPA volunteers again staff USA Today tax chats.

AICPA members again this year were among the panel of tax experts assembled by USA Today to answer questions on weekly tax chats hosted by the paper on its Web site. A big "thank you" from the AICPA to all the CPAs who volunteered.

The newspaper used the questions and answers from the tax chats as the basis for its feature story about hot tax topics this filing season; the story ran in the Money section of the Mar. 5 USA Today. The story reflects positively on the CPA profession in a nationwide print publication that is read by more than two million Americans each day.

Many taxpayers this year asked questions related to the home office deduction, home mortgage interest issues, savings and investments, elder care, and the AMT. The Friday tax chats began on Friday, Feb. 6, and will continue through Apr 9.

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Date:Apr 1, 2004
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