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Tax Roundup, 9/30/16: The Tax Fairy doesn’t do timeshares. Also: CP2000s can be scams, real ones can be wrong. And links!

That free dinner in Branson gets more expensive. The term “buyers remorse” may have been invented for resort time-shares. Spending every […]
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