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HR-1, Biz 2

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We are continuing the exploration of the proposed new tax law.  Parts 1 and 2 covered individual taxation issues.  (There was  a preamble, as well.)  Yesterday, we started our discussion of what may happen to business taxes.

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A 3D Update, Part 3

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So, what do we know, so far.  (Remember- this series started on Monday- with a sneak preview last Wednesday!)  3D printing apps are now available on all new PC’s, since there’s an app that is part of Windows 8.  3D printers that work with the app are out, and even more are coming.  And, now, we can bet that file-sharing (or file selling) programs will let us obtain the designs we want to print for ourselves.

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Patent Protection?

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I need to acknowledge two dear friends today.  Tor Constantino (www.thedailyretort.com) and Stuart Nager (www.openingofdoors.wordpress.com) who are responsible for today’s post.  Actually, they advised me that another post that I had scheduled for today, the Rosh Chodesh of Tevet, was not appropriate for my readers.  I thank them for their honesty, advice, and friendship.

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