I finally got the part I've always wanted. Peter Pappas has cast me as Glinda "the good witch" in Professionalism: A Love Story. As I commented on his blog -- if I seem as nice as Glinda, then I must have an incredible hidden talent for public relations.
There has been much debate in the tax blogosphere about the issues of professionalism, rules of conduct, and so forth. Spineless though it may seem, I am opting to abstain from this discussion, primarily due to my inability to articulate coherent thoughts on the matter.
In general, my writing has been sadly lacking of late, due to an unexplained lack of ideas. Yesterday, I commented on this writer's block to my husband, and added: "I figure quality over quantity, so I'll wait until inspiration strikes."
I guess I can't keep my mouth shut, even if I'm lacking inspiration. These days, the issue of tax reform remains on my mind. On my "to do" list is to read ideas on simplification from top blogger Robert Flach, along with the AICPA's Tax Reform Alternatives.
Have you been reading any other good simplification ideas lately?