May 21, 2001 02:33 PM | | Bookmark and Share

Up four flights of dark stairs in a dilapidated building on L Street, Robert S. McIntyre sits behind his computer in chinos and an unironed shirt and turns out detailed analyses of who the winners and losers will be in the tax legislation working its way through Congress and expected to become law this week.

Mr. McIntyre is one block north, a few blocks east and light-years away in most other respects from the lawyers and accountants in fancy offices on K Street who wear tailor-made suits with deep pockets while they try to help their clients by twisting and turning tax bills.

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