It’s comforting to know that tax reform is proceeding apace on several different fronts.

Since last year, numerous official, semi-official, and private groups have advanced their ideas about tax reform. These include a presidential advisory panel, a presidential advisory board, assorted commissions, executive committees, think tanks, advocacy groups and the National Taxpayer Advocate. Recent hearings in both the Senate and the House have added to the mix.

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