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The Republican tax plan looks set to become law. Here’s what investors need to know.
The uncertainty surrounding the tax legislation is a key issue for the municipal bond market, so investors may want to focus on higher-quality bonds.
Congress has agreed on a final version of the tax bill, clearing the path for a final vote.
Retirees can face steep tax penalties for not taking their annual required minimum distribution (RMD). Here’s what you need to know.
As the tax reform bills make their way through Congress, investors should meet with their tax and financial advisors to discuss the effect of any potential changes to the tax code.
Answers to the most commonly asked questions about the tax reform bills moving through Congress.
The House and Senate have passed separate tax reform bills, and now must reconcile them. Here are some of the top issues for investors.
The House and Senate have approved sweeping tax legislation, but reconciling the two bills won’t be easy.
Leaving an IRA to your grandchildren can be a great idea, but make sure you pay attention to the details.
If you own foreign investments, you’ve probably paid foreign taxes on them. You may be able to avoid being taxed a second time on those investments if you claim a credit or deduction on your U.S. tax return. But which is the best choice?
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