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It's hard for federal budget-cutters to ignore the tens of billions of dollars Congress could save by eliminating the taxpayer mortgage interest deduction.
Buried within the fiscal cliff deal are 2 treasured homeowner tax perks restored by Congress.
Struggling homeowners won't be slammed with taxes when lenders forgive a portion of their debt.
Middle-class taxpayers avoided an income tax increase in the fiscal cliff budget deal, but the Social Security payroll tax will be higher for everyone.
You can use the last days of 2012 to save a lot of money and reduce your stress in 2013 -- assuming, of course, there is one.
A California-based company will match employees' contributions to college savings plans. Could this catch on?
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