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Glitch concerning deductions lurks in new Kansas tax law

Source: 
Kansas City Star
Author: 
Brad Cooper
Date: 
Sunday, June 3, 2012

A Kansas City Star article about conflicting information on deductions in the state's newest tax bill quoted Martin Dickinson, professor of law.

Cooper wrote:

The conflict surprised lawmakers on the House tax committee and leaves some doubt about the fate of the deductions — although the Legislature clearly intended to keep them in place.

“Obviously, it’s not certain because we have this inconsistency in the statute,” said Martin Dickinson, a tax specialist at the University of Kansas who has studied the tax bill passed by the Legislature.

Note: The original article no longer exists online.


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