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Tax Deductions and Credits for College Students

For more than 35 years, Doonan Tax Services has offered individualized services to taxpayers across the New York City metropolitan area and beyond. Doonan Tax Services upholds a commitment to protecting the interests of individuals at all stages of life, including those pursuing higher education. 245 more words

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Was Rubio Blackmailed?

For awhile now I have been flabbergasted at Marco Rubio and Mike Lee and their odiously non-conservative child tax credit obsession. (I am all for a job-friendly child care welfare program, but paying people to have children is insanity.) It belongs nowhere near a tax cut & reform discussion, outside of a broader budget discussion, of which this tax cut & reform bill had next to none. 78 more words

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3 Myths about the Poor that Republicans are Using to Support Slashing US Safety Net

Sen. Chuck Grassley recently seemed to suggest some poor people spend all their money on “booze or women or movies.”
AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall

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U.S.

West Chester council unanimously urges Costello to vote no on tax bill

by Bill Rettew, Daily Local News, 12/16/17

“It’s nice to see that your colleagues on council are paying attention to the same things you are and everyone else is,” Galey said. 108 more words

Borough Council

President Trump: U.S. Economy to 'Rock' as GOP Races to Tax Vote

President Donald Trump predicted the U.S. economy is “going to start to rock” when the Republican rewrite of the U.S. tax code is complete after a six-week sprint. 912 more words

Leadership

President Trump: Economy Will 'Start to Rock' After Tax Plan

(WASHINGTON) — Closing in on the first major legislative achievement of his term, President Donald Trump on Saturday defended the Republican tax cut as a good deal for the middle class while boldly suggesting it could lead to explosive economic growth. 868 more words

Let's Look at Tax Reform: Conference Bill Changes

Much of the tax reform won’t take effect until January 2018 and likely will not affect 2017 filing season.  However, there are some planning factors that may affect what is done during this final month of 2017. 391 more words

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