If you got married or divorced, took in an elderly parent, lost your job or adopted a child, you may need to adjust your tax planning.
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The IRS allows taxpayers who take the standard deduction to cut their taxes by claiming certain adjustments to income without filling out Schedule A.
Save receipts and keep good records so you can get all the deductions you're entitled to, for mileage, home office use and other expenses.
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