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Are You Prepared for Big Tax Reform?

Listen. Can you hear it? Those are the winds of tax change. They’re coming from the nation’s capital and they are about to spread throughout the entire country. Taxes were one of the biggest issues throughout the presidential election cycle and President Trump made it very clear that
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Where Does Your State Fall on the Tax List?

Unless you hate where you live then most likely you have at least some pride in your state. Whether it’s your local sports teams or the community you live in, or anything else, you probably like where you live and you are proud of the things your state represents. However, no state is
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Paying for College? Don’t Forget These Tax Breaks

If you’re among the 41% of the United States population Fannie Mae’s “How America Pays for College 2016” report revealed relies on family assets to pay for higher education (either for a child or an adult) you may qualify for several tax advantages related to the costs of the degree.
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Which of the Most Popular Tax Breaks Will Congress Axe?

We all know that when it comes to taxes, democrats lean on the side of raising them, while republicans lean towards reducing them. In fact, it’s arguably the biggest philosophical difference between the two major parties. Our new president has made tax reform one of his biggest target
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Why You May Owe More Tax Than You Expected (and how you can reduce what you owe)

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The average tax refund in 2016 (for the 2015 tax year was $3,120), and is expected to be slightly lower this tax filing season,  due to a stronger economy and higher employment figures. But if you’re among the 30% of American tax filers who don’t get a refund, there’s no pay off once
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