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Monday, December 18, 2006

Christmas Gifts for that Special Tax Person

1913_tax_form_1Continuing a TaxProf Blog holiday tradition, we will offer this week some gift ideas for that special tax person in your life.  Today's suggestion:  For Counsel (Products and Gifts for Lawyers) sells an exact reproduction of the original 1913 Form 1040:

Four pages long, including one page of instructions. Impressively framed in classic mahogany with beaded edge and segmented mat of ivory. Brass plate mounted on the mat states: "1913 Inaugural Form 1040." Framed dimensions are 30" by 24". Comes with Plexiglas and all accessories for hanging.

Please email me other tax gift suggestions. 

   

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