From the article:
Three of the four top lawmakers on the Senate Finance and House Ways and Means committees, which are in charge of writing tax laws, pay a professional to file their annual tax returns with the Internal Revenue Service.
According to IRS statistics, that makes these members of Congress much like the public. More than 60 percent of taxpayers turn to a paid professional to prepare their returns. The number typically increases a little each year.As long as Congress doesn't reform the tax system (and I expect that the chances of that are rather slim), I should be able to repay those student loans I'm going to have to get relatively quickly...