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The Most-Overlooked Tax Deductions

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Years ago, the fellow who was running the IRS at the time told Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine that he figured millions of taxpayers overpaid their taxes every year by overlooking just one of the money-savers listed here.

Cut your tax bill to the bone by claiming all the breaks you deserve – including some you may have forgotten or might have never known about. Take a look at the top missed deductions:



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