Leaders of the Senate Finance Committee have introduced a bill to prohibit the Patent and Trademark Office from granting any further patents for tax strategies and tax-planning inventions.
The bill echoes one passed in September by the House (see House Prohibits Tax-Planning Patents). Like the House bill, it contains an exception for tax preparation software.
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