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October 04, 2012

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Robert D Flach

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I have always felt that the deductions for state income taxes, real estate taxes, and mortgage interest (on primary residence) were a sort of "geographical equalizer" and have supported that these deductions remain in full if Tax Code is rewritten. I have posted about this often in the past.

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