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What Questions Do You Have About Your 2018 Income Taxes?

All the new tax law changes may have you scratching your head. We want to help.


Tax time is always taxing, but this year that’s especially true. That’s because many of the tax changes from the big 2017 tax law are showing up for 2018 tax returns. So you may be losing some write-offs you’ve taken in the past, you may be eligible for new ones or the size of your tax breaks may have changed. Consequently, you may have questions about filing your 2018 tax return. Or you just might be unsure about which deductions and tax credits you can claim and how to do so.

We want to help our readers. Please tell us what questions you have about filing your 2018 income taxes. Send them in the form below and we will talk to experts to get answers.

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