When President George W. Bush proposed a tax cut several years ago, it was heralded as a way to save taxpayers billions of dollars. It was big news. And Bloomberg Radio wanted a tax expert for a call-in radio program that aired in New York City.

Of the thousands of tax lawyers and accountants available, Bloomberg’s producers settled on Alan G. Orlowsky, who operates a two-person law firm in Northbrook, Ill.

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