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Federal Tax Reform Panel deadline extended.

President Bush has extended the deadline for the Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform's report to the Treasury Secretary from July 31 to Sept. 30.

The goal of the Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform is to recommend reforms to the tax code for a more "simple, fair and growth-oriented U.S. tax system."

The panel has held nine meetings across the country, heard testimony from nearly 90 witnesses, and received more than 4,300 written comments, according to Advisory Panel Chairman Connie Mack and Vice Chairman John Breaux.

This article ran in the Ohio e-CPA Weekly on June 24.
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Publication:Catalyst (Dublin, Ohio)
Date:Jul 1, 2005
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