Fri, Dec 29 2006 15:55
The annoying blurb is less annoying
So I bought an upgrade to our Policy Patrol Disclaimer software for my office and the cool thing about it is that I don't have to annoy people with the annoying tax signature all the time:
Tax opinion disclaimer
This email contains tax advice. Please note that additional tax issues may exist that could affect the tax treatment of the tax shelter addressed in the advice. The advice does not consider or reach a conclusion with respect to those additional issues. Further, the advice was not written and cannot be used by the recipient for the purpose of avoiding penalties under code section 6662(d) with respect to those issues outside the scope of the advice.
That blurb only comes out when a "tax" key word is used in our emails. Now granted the disclaimers in emails are silly...but silly or not.. we are required to do them in Accounting firms that might possibly give tax advice under Circular 230.
But in general, any time someone posts that blurb.. or the one below to a listserve it's really kinda dumb isn't it? As it really doesn't belong there does it?
BTW in the Exchange 2003, custom event sinks aren't worth the time and effort and this is much easier and way more dependable... Exchange 2007 will better support native disclaimers (or so I'm told)
Disclaimer - December 30, 2006
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