The US Tax code is one of the longest and most complicated documents known to man. The number of pages in the tax code and regulations went from 26,300 in 1984 to an astonishing 71,684 in 2010 There are 500 pages in a ream of paper–that's nearly 144 reams of paper! A ream is about two inces thick, so if you stacked all 71,684 pages on top of each other, you would have a stack of paper 288 inches high, or 24 feet tall!
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