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Thanks for coming to the Procedurally Taxing Blog.  To follow up on Les’ welcome post, we will try to post on a schedule, most likely on Tuesday and Friday each week, with substantive content starting tomorrow.  Our first few posts will cover some developments over the past few months that interested us. In time, we will blog both developments that occur closer to real time, as well as some more reflective pieces that will address events of the recent past.  You can periodically stop by the Blog to see that content.  You can also follow us on Twitter @ProcedurallyTaxing or join the Procedurally Taxing Group on LinkedIn.  Blog posts will automatically post to each.  You can also go to the Procedurally Taxing Blog and click on the “Follow” button on the bottom right hand side of the page, which will sign you up for emails informing you of when the page has been updated.

We hope to inform and entertain with the Blog, but we would also love to start discussions with other people interested in the various tax topics we touch on.  There is a comment section under every Blog post.  Please add your comments, insight, questions, anecdotes, etc. Les, Keith and I will be monitoring the comment section, and look forward to seeing what everyone has to say.


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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.


Comment Policy: While we all have years of experience as practitioners and attorneys, and while Keith and Les have taught for many years, we think our work is better when we generate input from others. That is one of the reasons we solicit guest posts (and also because of the time it takes to write what we think are high quality posts). Involvement from others makes our site better. That is why we have kept our site open to comments.

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