A new publication from the IRS on charitable giving has this interesting take on the state of our law:
The IRS considers this publication a living document, one that will be revised
to take into account future developments and feedback. Comments on the
publication may be submitted to the IRS at the following address:
Internal Revenue Service
1111 Constitution Avenue,
Washington, DC 20224
Does the IRS's subjective opinion on the state of the document make it alive? If so, how can they justify revising it? Wouldn't that be cruel? And if it is alive, who made it so?
Maybe they should ask the document what it thinks about all this.
Let's all drop T:EO:CE&O a postcard and ask him (or it) the answers to these pressing issues.