Tax reform's been on the lips of politicians for years now. Yet we're still just talking about it despite this being one of the rare issues both parties can still agree on.

But many agree – including yours truly – that now that health care reform is done and gone, this behemoth is next. Of course, the next couple of elections could change all that in the time it takes to call your accountant.

But what's managed to stay under the radar so far is that the Beltway suits are taking a hard look at the workplace-related tax exemptions as part of their so-called tax reform efforts. (Leave it to Congress to dream up what arguably could be the least-popular solution to an otherwise universally popular problem.)

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