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Tag: Tax Cuts and Jobs Act


Even if you cannot deduct your unreimbursed business expenses for your federal return, you may still be able to deduct them for your state return.

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Some people can, and some people can’t. It depends on the date your divorce was finalized whether you fall under the new TCJA tax law.

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Here is a list of some of the taxpayers who will generally benefit from the new tax law.

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Many people will likely owe extra money as a result of inadequate withholding because the new withholding tables were not accurate.

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TCJA (The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act). Not since the Tax Reform Act of 1986 has there been a more sweeping reform of the tax code.

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