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5 Simple Rules for Keeping Your Tax Bill in Check

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Governments on the federal, state, and local levels are all scrambling to collect cash ... from you, dear taxpayer.

It's getting a lot harder to stay current with all the tax-law changes and to keep your tax bill under control. It's all about identifying favorable provisions and steering clear of traps for the unwary. Follow these five rules and you can minimize the pain.


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