Washington -- The groundswell calling for revamping the Alternative Minimum Tax has wafted over to the American Bar Association as its tax section has drafted a report to lawmakers requesting that the 35-year-old measure be either repealed or modified.
Last week, a report from the American Bar Association Section of Taxation to both the House Ways and Means Committee and the Senate Finance Committee said the controversial tax has morphed into big headache for middle class taxpayers.
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