Lindy Paull, chief of staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation, testifies during a hearing of the Senate Finance Committee to discuss its Enron investigation report. Failed Enron Corp. used schemes of dizzying complexity to shrink its tax payments, inflate its income and overwhelm the IRS even as it paid its executives lavishly and manipulated the tax laws, a congressional panel found in an investigation made public Thursday.

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