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It seems that our elected officials are constantly talking about tax cuts (when they're running for office) or tax increases (when they're secure in their jobs). I say, Congress is going to do whatever it wants to do, and I as an individual have little to say about the end results. Sure, I can (and do) vote for the candidates who share my views on taxation, but even when my favorite candidates get elected, everything just gets twisted around once they get to Washington and start feeding their own agendas, making changes in the tax code to help the people who helped pay for their campaigns. Rather than waiting for the day that Congress makes a tax law just for me, I say it's time to take matters into our own hands and take control of our tax situations here on the home front.
To that end, I recommend the following bits of tax advice, sure to skew the tax rules in a direction that will be helpful on your own personal tax return...(register to read more)
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