While most taxpayers and their accountants complain about the increasingly complex Tax Code, some of the nation's biggest corporations welcome complexity as an opportunity to "game the system."At least that's the latest grumbling from Capitol Hill, where members of the Senate Finance Committee are voicing fresh concerns over the widening "corporate tax gap."

During hearings on the problem, senators from both sides of the political aisle took turns blasting business taxpayers who seek out shady loopholes to reduce their tax burden.

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