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Tax Update: What the Fiscal Cliff Deal Means for Business in 2013

If you believe the gossip, law-makers at the 112th Congress’ farewell/New Years party took their questionable choices very seriously, going so far as to wear lampshades on their heads to better block out inconvenient distractions like economic reality and the … Continue reading

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What ‘Closing Tax Loopholes’ Means for Your Estate Plan

After months of bitter campaigning, Democrats and Republicans in Congress finally seem to agree on something: closing tax loopholes. The idea is appealing as a way to reduce the deficit and avoid the fiscal cliff by increasing revenue without actually … Continue reading

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