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Everything you need to know about how the new Trump tax plan could affect you

President Donald Trump's new tax plan could go into effect soon. There's been a lot of confusion about how tax reform might affect regular, everyday Americans. We put together a number of guides answering all of your questions. There's a lot of confusion around the Republican's new tax plan. Even the congressmen writing the bills have made some errors. But as Republicans get closer to passing tax reform, it's worth shedding some light on how this will affect regular, everyday people.
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