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The federal tax code is rumored to be anywhere from 2500 pages to 2.5 million pages. The feds themselves list at about 17 thousand pages, however, that is in a tiny font. With all the different titles and legislation added in, I don't think anyone knows the realistic length of the Internal revenue code.

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