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Tax Bill 2017

Thousands pay their 2018 taxes early in hopes of using eliminated deductions

by Associated Press Dec 27, 2017
Long lines form at tax offices as homeowners try to hack the tax reform bill.
Internal Revenue Service's headquarters in Washington, D.C. The IRS hasn’t yet said how it would handle 2018 prepayments.
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Tax Bill 2017

The home equity loan interest deduction is dead. What does it mean for homeowners?

by Jana Kasperkevic Dec 22, 2017
Fewer people might take out home equity loans as a result.
A worker saws wood at Canal Crossing, a new luxury apartment community consisting of 393 rental units near the university city of New Haven on August 2, 2017 in Hamden, Connecticut.
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Tax Bill 2017

Not everyone is going to get the same pass-through benefits from this tax bill

by Kai Ryssdal and Kimberly Adams Dec 21, 2017
Two people doing the exact same job could be paying very different taxes by the end of the year.
“A construction worker who's in a favored industry might end up with a lower tax rate as an independent contractor instead of working for a construction company,” says Marketplace's Kimberly Adams.
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Here’s how homebuyers and brokers are reacting to the tax bill

by Reema Khrais Nov 21, 2017
Real estate brokers say the proposed tax changes would hit expensive cities the hardest.
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The US Chamber of Commerce won't let go of corporate tax cuts

by Kai Ryssdal and Emily Henderson Nov 6, 2017
"If folks are going to stand in the way, then we are going to hold them accountable next November," Neil Bradley of the chamber says.
Members of the House Ways and Means Committee hold the first markup of the proposed GOP tax reform legislation in the Longworth House Office Building on Capitol Hill today.
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