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Health Care Changes Aren't Official Yet, So File Your 2016 Taxes as Normal

 Earlier this month, Republican leaders proposed The American Health Care Act, their plan to repeal and replace Obamacare. Some taxpayers might be a little confused over changes to the individual mandate. Keep in mind, nothing has actually changed yet, so go ahead and file your 2016 taxes as usual. Read more...
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