So we were more than a little disappointed when we called NTSAA president Chris DeGrassi and he politely informed us the group had nothing to do with exotic tax shelters.
The group, founded two decades ago, is a professional association and advocacy group focused on public-sector retirement accounts. It's part of the American Society of Pension Professionals & Actuaries.
"Rather than talk about code sections, they would simply describe it as a tax sheltered account," he said.
So there goes our plans to expense a Caribbean reporting trip.
"Sorry about the Caymans, but happy to take you to Lansing, Michigan," where the association is involved in policy talks right now, DeGrassi joked.
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