One of the tax changes involves the reduction or outright elimination of tax deductions and/or tax credits effective on January 1st, 2014. In the past, many such expiring tax deductions and tax credits were extended by Congress. Most advisors do not expect this to happen again so it’s wise to pay close attention to the reductions and expirations in the tax code.
This Infographic depicts the 2013 expiring tax provisions. Read more…
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