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If the Bronco's quarterback doesn't retire after Sunday's game, his earnings will fall victim to New Jersey's 'jock tax.'
Studies show breaks designed to attract moviemakers produce few economic benefits.
Shoppers in Indiana, Nevada and Tennessee will now see a sales tax line added to their online invoices.
In 21 states and the District of Columbia, you may owe estate and inheritance taxes to the state even if you don't have to pay the federal government.
You get an extra 2 days to do your taxes this year, but you may not have the option of the late-night run to the post office.
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