New York (Nov. 6, 2002) -- PricewaterhouseCoopers's new book, "Guide to the New Tax Rules," provides advice for individuals to sort through the current tax rules and plan future tax strategies."The Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 is more than a tax cut--it completely changes the rules of the game," said Bernie Kent, partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers and co-author of the new book. "These tax cuts will alter the way people invest their money, save for their children's education and their own retirement, write their wills, and structure their estates."

The guide spells out the implications of the rules affecting 2002 returns and identifies the four major areas of the tax code that are most affected for next year and the years to come: rate reductions, tax credits, and deductions; education reforms; retirement plan changes; and wealth transfer tax changes.

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