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To prepare your own tax return, you don't need a license. Should you have to have IRS approval to prepare one for someone else?
The IRS decided you did. And because it decided this approval would be contingent on paying fees and getting training, it imposed new costs on professional tax preparers -- and threatened the viability of small tax-preparation businesses that didn't generate enough revenue to justify the costs.
How scared would you be if I said on this blog that you were a bad person? How about if I blogged, not for The Atlas Society, but for President Obama's reelection campaign?
Much more in the latter than in the former, I imagine, and with good reason: there's not much The Atlas Society could or would do based on my comment -- certainly not by comparison of what's within the power of a U.S. president.