Washington -- In an effort to address the problem of the controversial alternative minimum tax, New York Democratic lawmakers Reps. Nita Lowey and Steve Israel enlisted Herb Schoenfeld and Alan D. Feldstein -- both former presidents of the National Conference of CPA Practitioners -- to help launch AMT legislation.

Schoenfeld and Feldstein worked with both Israel and Lowey and their respective AMT committees -- comprised of individuals in the accounting and business fields.

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