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Tax Patents

From a public policy standpoint, it is inadvisable to allow tax patents because:

  • They adversely impact the public’s statutory obligation to pay taxes and undermine the uniform application of the tax law and the integrity of the tax system.
  • They interfere with the ethical and moral obligations that tax advisors owe their clients and make it difficult for taxpayers to obtain advice.
  • They discourage discussion of the tax law and tax planning alternatives and stifle useful innovation.

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