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New Tax Provisions for 2012; Inveterate Missouri Traveler Uncovers "Ancient" Concrete Road; Massachusetts City Chooses Concrete for Downtown Sidewalks

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  • In a January 2 article, The Journal of Accountancy summarizes several new tax provisions that took effect for the New Year. While the list of new items does not compare with the number of tax provisions that expired at the end of 2011, practitioners should be aware of what has changed. Read more.
  • A December 28 blog posting on the Web site of the Southeast Missourian details one person’s quest to follow a long forgotten road over hill and dale. Along the way he discovers what we knew all along – concrete is very durable: read more.
  • Seeking to correct a faulty decision made some 20+ years ago, Worcester city officials have turned to concrete to replace sections of downtown sidewalks that were originally designed with bricks. Concrete’s cost, durability and versatility were cited in this January 1 Worcester Telegram & Gazette article: read more.

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