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A deep look at Section 2704 by Ronald Aucutt an ACTEC Fellow in Virginia and the District of Columbia, and a partner in McGuireWoods LLP.
Expert commentary by Ronald Aucutt, an ACTEC Fellow and a partner in McGuireWoods LLP, regarding US Tax Code Section 2704. The White House has ordered...