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Have you found an answer yet for your ESPP question? I would be interested in it also.


Bell are you in Charlotte also? I can't help yo with the merger question but since you were asking about the Wachovia I thought maybe you were in Charlotte as well.

Refundable AMT Credit from ISO

Hi Bell - Wanted to contact you regarding our discussion and see if you have a chance to review/comment on what I found as I was walking through the forms (see my post to the discussion). Hope your busy season is smooth so far!

Your question was moved to Business Growth Forum

Your pricing question discussion has been moved to the Business Growth Forum, which is now being used for both Business Growth and Practice Management issues. Your question was more of a practice management issue than an actual tax question.

Trillium 17:26, 25 March 2009 (CDT)

A recent discussion you started has just been moved

In case you're still following your discussion Discussion:VIP MD - you may not be, since your tax question has been pretty well addressed and the more recent posts are clearly broadening the topic:

Your discussion has been moved over to the Chat Forum. This was done because members have requested that discussions with political/ideological content not be included in the tax forum. The tax forum is for non-ideological discussions, although sometimes with certain topics there's a gray area where it's tough to talk about the topic without getting into a little bit about future expectations with regard to tax rates, tax acts, etc. But at this point, the discussion seems to be over that line, and so the discussion can now continue over in chat.

Thanks for understanding (or if you don't, please let me know),

Trillium 16:02, 5 April 2010 (CDT)

Hi Bell

Hey Bell, I was reviewing the 1099-A topic we were discussing a few months back. Do you have a few moments that we can pick eachothers brain? My email is

Thanks :)

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We invite you to take a look and join your fellow TA refugees.

Frankly (TA member and new member of TaxProTalk)

Frankly 04:59, 3 May 2014 (UTC)

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