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Don’t Ignore Higher Taxes Until Tax Day

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Mon, 18 Aug 2014

SUMMARY Tax rates for the highest income earners rose by nearly 30% in 2013 due to increases on ordinary and investment income taxes, a new health care tax and reinstated limitations. The effective tax rate on these investors, including the impact of state taxes, can push many investors into the 50

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