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Making smart year-end money moves doesn't require a lot of time. In fact, you can give yourself a year-end review and makeover during commercial breaks while you're watching TV.
You could miss out on tax credits and more if you don't make these last-minute purchases.
There's still time to gather all the tax deductions you can before 2013 is over. Bonus: You'll get more organized in the process.
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They say it takes money to make money. If you're about to get a tax refund, here are 7 ways to leverage that cash into more.
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.
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