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Prepare to pay taxes on winnings.
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Now is also a good time to check withholding for 2018 taxes.
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Don’t panic, but arm yourself with knowledge. We provide links to the manuals IRS agents use to know what to look for when auditing various kinds of businesses.
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As you rush to meet the filing deadline, don't overlook money-saving tax breaks. This could be your last year to claim some.
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This is may be your last chance to claim some tax deductions. We help you make the most of them.
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The new policy goes into effect in 2019. Older divorces can be modified to follow the new rules—if both parties agree.
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Still want to tap your home equity and deduct the interest? Options remain.
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Those paying the kiddie tax are in for higher rates that kick in at lower levels — but capital gains are still favored.
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Lower inflation adjustments mean smaller annual increases in tax brackets, standard deductions and other breaks.
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The new rules will be the subject of hot political debate in eight years (or sooner).
Though the exemption remains the same, the rates are quite different.
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The rise in the standard deduction means far fewer people will be deducting mortgage interest.
Forget about deducting management fees and tax-prep costs. But margin interest you still get.
A major change could be coming to Roth IRA conversion rules, and the end of the year could be your deadline to capitalize.
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But you don’t have to wait for Congress to act to open a tax-advantaged plan to save for an unborn child or grandchild’s college education.
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Some of these year-end moves will be even more compelling if lower rates arrive in 2018.
The federal government wants to take a bite of that big Powerball payout. Your state might, too.
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