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TaxMasters: The REAL bankruptcy experts!

Today is a great day for everyone who is tired of those painful TaxMasters commercials on TV. Hopefully the ads will be ending because the ads will be ending soon since the company filed for bankruptcy. After several complaints, and probably an overextended advertising budget, the company had nowhere to go. So say goodbye to the bearded dude!


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