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    2012 Year End Tax Interview with Jason Meadows

    Frazier & Deeter Tax Partner Jason Meadows was interviewed on October 16th regarding the complex tax situation this year, which is being called “Taxmageddon.” With healthcare reform changes ramping up along with the end of the Bush-era tax relief measures, there has never been a year in which understanding your tax situation was more critical.

    This Burr Forman podcast “Planning for the inevitable: Death, taxes and change” features interviews with a panel of experts.

    Download this tax planning podcast by clicking here.

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