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Seniors who make more than $400,000 a year will see tax increases, but most others will not. Plus, threatened cuts in Social Security and Medicare did not happen -- yet.
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The agreement restores a tuition tax deduction that expired in 2011 and retains until 2017 a tax credit that was scheduled to shrink. But financial aid could still face big cuts.
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