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Boats and RVs that qualify as second homes would no longer get a deduction.
The first-in-first-out method would force you to sell the first shares you bought when selling investments, leading to larger taxable gains.
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The 2 percent increase in Social Security benefits will go toward paying the Part B premium.
In this country, children are falling short when it comes to financial literacy and both schools and parents are to blame.
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Givers may face tricky gift-tax rules, including non-deductible donations and a lack of accountability when contributing online.
Now that the House has passed its tax overhaul, the Senate is moving forward with its bill. Here's how you'll be taxed.
Leaving any amount unpaid results in retroactive interest due.
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An item in the Senate tax bill would prevent professional sports organizations from operating as tax-exempt non-profits.
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Advocates worry that customers won't have a watchdog on their side now that Cordray is leaving.
The proposal would eliminate investors' ability to pick and choose which stock shares to sell.
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