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FARGO—Timely advice Tuesday at the Chamber's "Eggs and Issues" event: Tax Reform.

Members of Eide Bailly, a National Tax Office, were the guest presenters.

Late in 2017 congress passed the largest and most comprehensive tax reform legislation in decades.

Tax experts say there have been a lot of questions and concerns, and they're trying to break down the thousands of pages of information for people.

"Overall with the tax situation, less taxes due at the end of the day. And as they go forward, they're careful in planning and talk with a local CPA about what next steps they should be taking," said the Eide Bailly principle, Adam Sweet.

The next Eggs and Issues will be in April.

The guest presenters will be area police chiefs, talking about safety.

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