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ANXIOUS ABOUT THE 1993 TAX BILL? CALL 1-800-TELL CCH

 RIVERWOODS, Ill., July 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Can't sleep at night worrying about your deductions? Need a blow-by-blow account of the 1993 tax bill as it makes its way through the final stages of negotiation? Tax and business law publisher Commerce Clearing House, Inc. (CCH) has set up a 24-hour toll-free hotline, 1-800-TELL-CCH (835-5224), for tax professionals and those merely anxious about their future tax tab.
 Callers to the hotline get timely updates, including potential actions affecting medicare, energy taxes, business deductions, earned income credit and luxury taxes.
 "Tax professionals and individual taxpayers are always asking our representatives `What's going on with the tax bill?'," said Martin Bush, managing editor, federal tax reporting group, CCH. "So, we thought we'd offer our expertise and access to information through a tax information hotline."
 With an 80 year history of reporting on tax law, CCH is noted for its swift, complete coverage of important tax developments. The company has already published the House and Senate versions of the 1993 Revenue Reconciliation Bill, and plans to publish a number of books providing in-depth explanation and analysis of the final bill within days of passage.
 Commerce Clearing House, Inc., located in Riverwoods, is the leading publisher of tax and business law information. Among the 300 publications published annually by its 1,200-person editorial staff is Tax Day, Standard Federal Tax Reporter and U.S. Master Tax Guide.
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 /CONTACT: Jean Blackwell of Commerce Clearing House, 312-463-0074 ext. 2294/
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