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Tax breaks available to investors often go unused, and time is running out. Although sometimes tricky, they are worth understanding.
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In addition to seeing smaller paychecks every week as they pay taxes throughout the year, millions of Americans have to pay even more to the IRS by the April 15 deadline.
Accountants work so hard around this time of year that they’re literally making themselves sick.
The clock is ticking for tax procrastinators — today is the deadline for filing your 2015 returns.
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