Many qualities separate these locales, but perhaps the most important is access to jobs.
12% of taxpayers making $1 million or more were audited last year, up from 6% in 2009. Among those making less than $200,000, the audit rate stayed near 1%.
Analysis of plan says the rich would see taxes cut 15% and the middle class would see taxes fall 2.2%. The plan would increase the deficit, something the GOP candidate disputes.
Organizing your financial information at the beginning of the year will make next year's tax return easier to prepare. Brush up on tax law, too.
One-Percenter of the Week: The Senate's median net worth is $2.63 million. The House's is $756,00.
GOP candidate wants to cut tax rates and increase exemptions for children, plus cut domestic spending. But his budget cuts wouldn't replace nearly all the lost revenue.
April 15 is a Sunday and April 16 is a holiday in the District of Columbia, which means taxpayers will have 2 more days to prepare their returns.
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