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6 Tax Season Don'ts

A fifth season exists, and it's one that isn't defined by the weather. Tax season has arrived, and will hang around until April 17, the (somewhat extended) deadline for filing your 2011 income tax return. It doesn't have to be complicated. Keep these six don'ts in mind as you prepare and file your taxes to make this season as seamless as possible. View Slideshow ›
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