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Tax Bill May Spark Exodus From High-Tax States

By FS Staff – It’s looking increasingly likely that we’ll see the GOP tax bill pass in the near future. Prepped for signing by the end of this year, the bill is sure to have sweeping effects on all taxpayers, especially those in high tax states...
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