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The Treasury Department has struck down attempts to work around the loss of property tax deductions by high tax states like New York and New Jersey. Per the Government Financial Officers Association: The Revenue Act of 1913, which introduced the federal income tax, states that “all national, state, county, school, and municipal taxes paid within […]
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