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Federal lawmakers will simplify tax planning for many by making certain tax breaks permanent — including one for charitably inclined older investors.
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The following is a guest post by Jim Young.
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The dreaded tax man is about to make life difficult for people who don't take the required minimum distributions (RMD) from their retirement accounts, which  typically starts at age 70, and for IRA investors who may be socking away more in tax-free savings than they're allowed.
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