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4 (and more) tax moves to make this October

October is one of my favorite months, as it ushers in crisp, cooler temperatures. This time of year has two names, fall and autumn. October also is a key month for some important tax moves. And there are many names for taxes, too, although not all printable in the ol' blog. I know it's tempting to rant about taxes instead of thinking about or actually acting on the, especially this time of year.
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