Before the end of the year, President Bush intends to select panelists to comprise a bipartisan tax reform commission, which would be charged with reporting any and all recommendations related to reforming the tax code to the Treasury Dept. According to Tax Analysts, the panel's recommendations will be given to Treasury secretary John Snow who in turn, will refer them to the president. However, as previously reported, heading the "to-do" list on the president's second term agenda will be the overhaul of the Social Security system and non-defense spending cuts rather than tax code reform. Most Capitol Hill observers believe that any tax reform would most likely be incremental and not be addressed until 2006.
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