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Business write-offs were extended through 2010, and foreign accounts will face more scrutiny.
Trying to collect from online retailers' affiliates may backfire. Amazon has halted affiliate programs in several states.
Several members of Congress -- not to mention a presidential candidate -- have had property tax issues.
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