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Unceremoniously in late July/early August, Procedurally Taxing had its first birthday.  I am sure I speak for both Keith and Les in saying the last year has been a lot of fun (and a fair amount of work).  We have learned a lot and enjoyed sharing our thoughts on tax procedure with all of you.

We thank you all for coming to the Procedurally Taxing Blog, and making us feel as though this year has been a success.  We hope you’ve enjoyed the content, and we hope you will consider following us so you can get real time updates about when new content is posted.  For those of you who are not currently following us, there are various ways to get Procedurally Taxing updates, including:

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We do encourage you to check the Blog (not just the emails or the group postings), as our readers often add astute observations in the comment section, which are not always shared through the various other mediums.  Keith had a post yesterday, which you can find here, that highlights some of the recent, wonderful comments.  We also encourage you all to comment if you have questions, or feel as though you have something to add to the discussion.

Thanks again!

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Stephen J. Olsen’s practice includes tax planning and controversy matters for individuals, businesses and exempt entities for the law firm Gawthrop Greenwood, PC.


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