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January 02, 2013

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Bob Shair

AMT Fix! Who'da Thunkit?

The option to deduct state sales tax is also preserved.

Anthony

Any idea what's up with the 18% capital gains rate? Does that come back in 2013?

Trish

Anthony - What I see are 0, 15, and 20. the 18% would have been if the tax rates had reverted to 2001/3 levels.

Anthony

So some people (e.g. the Facebook founders) will pay more in taxes under the "tax cut" than if we had "gone over the cliff".

Tax management

great information and i like the way you write - thumbs up!

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