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Here’s How the GOP Tax Plan Might Save (or Cost) You Money

The House of Representatives passed a monumental tax bill in November, and now the Senate has passed its own version — by a 51-49 vote around 2 a.m. Friday night. The two chambers are meeting this week to hammer out their differences before teeing up the legislation for the president’s signature. And while there are quite a few important differences that need to be worked out, a lot of the big stuff is settled: The primary goal of both bills was.
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