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New Administration Makes Avoiding Obamacare Tax Easier

Remember when the Affordable Heath Care Act became a law? One of the biggest complaints about the law, more commonly known as Obamacare, is that it forced people to sign up for healthcare. Those who didn’t had to pay a tax penalty.

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Republican Lawmakers Release Additional Tax Cut Proposals

While Americans’ reception of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act (TCJA) remains mixed – depending on which media outlet you believe – republicans are still convinced they didn’t do enough. To that end, House Republicans, last week, announced a new proposal that would add to

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Tax Changes That Could Be Better Over the Long Haul

Thanks to the Tax Cut and Jobs Act (TCJA) there have already been many changes to the country’s tax law. Americans will really see many of those changes come tax season in early 2019. Whether you like the changes or not,

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You Can No longer Claim These Tax Deductions in 2018

Believe it or not, 2018 is already two-thirds of the way over. That means before you know it, it will be time to start thinking about taxes again. The fact is it’s always a good time to think about taxes,

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Will New Alimony Tax Rules Affect Your Retirement?

One of the lesser talked about changes from the Tax Cut and Jobs Act is how it will affect alimony. Starting in 2019, the big difference is that the person who makes the alimony payments will no longer get to

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Republican Senator Wants to Reduce Capital Gains Taxes

Now that the republican-led congress has pushed the Tax Cut and Jobs Act (TCJA) through, it’s looking to continue the momentum. Next on the radar are capital gains taxes. And recently, republican senator Devin Nunes, from California, introduced legislation that would lower the amount

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States Taking the Federal Government to Court Over Tax Changes

The battle over the Tax Cut and Jobs Act (TCJA) continues and now two several states are taking the matter to court. One of the biggest controversies of the TCJA was the reduction of the state and local income tax

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New Tax Reform Could Change How Dependents Affect Your Taxes

For years, taxpayers have enjoyed a certain number of personal exemptions at tax time. If nothing else they could count themselves. If you were married and dependent children then the number of exemptions just kept going up. But now things

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Are the President’s Contradictions Swaying the Stock Market?

Does it seem like the stock market has been all over the board this year? That’s because it has. So what’s behind the recent trend of big swings? There are many factors that play a role in the stock market’s

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Wealthy California Residents Won’t See Tax Break Next Year

We all know the Tax Cut and Jobs Act (TCJA) passed late last year was supposed to be a huge tax break for almost everyone. While it’s true that most people will see a boost in their paychecks, not everyone

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