Two recent reports suggest that the movement to register tax return preparers will continue.

Within a week of a Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration report highlighting the failures of unenrolled preparers during the 2008 tax season, the Government Accountability Office released a report in praise of Oregon's new regulatory regime for tax preparers, suggesting that it provides a possible model for national regulation.

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