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You might pay less in taxes next year, but don't thank the politicians in Washington. Thank inflation.
President Obama's top economist fields questions from MSN Money readers.
First off, don't panic. There are steps you can take to get back in Uncle Sam's good graces.
The suggestion of trimming this popular tax break has people seething. But, really, few of us -- very few of us -- get anything from it.
Use your tax refund to help pay for an energy-efficient home improvement this year and get a juicy tax credit next year.
Before you put that tax stuff away, here's an idea: It's time to go paperless.
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