Times change. Many practitioners who considered themselves on the cutting edge several years ago when they found and implemented aggressive tax-planning strategies are now concerned that someone at the Internal Revenue Service, or even the Securities and Exchange Commission, may second-guess the propriety of their past activities.

Measured against the new standards of the day, many tax plans that, only a few years ago, circulated as creative tax strategies are now considered too hot to handle.

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