I recently spoke at the ABA Section of Tax meeting in San Diego this past weekend. Besides having beautiful weather, we had some great conversations regarding the final SBC regulations, the employer penalty under 4980H, Form W-2s and the changes in the San Francisco health coverage law. I want to thank all the governmental speakers that attended, and we certainly appreciate your informal comments regarding these new rules. Our next meeting is in May in DC, which is traditionally our best attended meeting from both the practitioner and the government side.
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