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If you’ve been following the twists and turns of the ongoing tax reform efforts moving along in Washington, you’ve likely noticed proponents often repeating a particular theme: tax cuts for middle-class Americans. But tax policy is rarely simple, and it is important to look beyond the headlines to understand if this is really the case.
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Here’s a time you want to hear from the IRS.
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Social Security benefits will rise by 1.7 percent starting in January, the Social Security Administration announced Wednesday.
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No more rushing to buy a spare pair of prescription glasses to use up your flexible spending account (FSA) before the year ends.
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If you filed for a federal tax extension last April, you'll still need to send in your return by Oct. 15, despite the government shutdown.
In a response to the continued economic downturn, the IRS may show leniency in dealing with some people who are delinquent in making tax payments.
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