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PL 115-97. The Business Portion, Part 3

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Today, we wrap up our discussion of the changed IRS code, the changes made by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (sic).  The series started last Wednesday or Thursday, where we discussed personal tax provisions of the law.  On Monday, we started discussing the business tax provisions.  And, now some 6000 words later, we are completing the changes in the bill.

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And, the winner (sic?) is….

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What goes around, comes around?

This is the third time I’ve been “granted” the “Liebster” award.    This time, my nominator was Brenda Marie Fluharty.  (I bet she thought I didn’t pay attention.  Sorry, BM, my queues are long!  And, besides, this award goes hand in hand with the Ultimate Blog month-long marathon!)

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Running amok?

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You have to be carefully taught.  Being given a green light makes the situation worse.

What am i talking about?  Racism.  Nazism.  Fascism.  And, I know a bunch of you are going to switch sites now, because you hate being preached to.  Because you want to keep onto your hate.

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Will you try this?

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Rat poison. Yes, rat poison. Until recently it was the ONLY drug (which means something different from the drug of choice) to counter potential blood clotting in humans who undergo dialysis and/or transplantation.  Other folks took the drug to avoid cardiovascular complications because they had artificial heart valves or a condition called atrial fibrillation, among other situations.

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