With all the attention on tax reform and the July 31 deadline for President George W. Bush's Advisory Panel on Tax Reform to present its report to the Secretary of the Treasury looming, I decided to take a look at the bipartisan panel's Web site.

The panel is due to present to Treasury Secretary John Snow with a report that includes revenue neutral policy options for reforming the Internal Revenue Code. Those options are supposed to simplify federal tax laws to reduce the costs and the administrative burden of compliance, and to include at least one option that uses the federal income tax as the base for its recommended reforms.

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