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Tax Season Is Coming, and It Could Be Messy

Por: The Wall Street Journal Business January 13, 2021

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WASHINGTON—The annual tax-filing season is about to start, and it could be much messier than usual. Many taxpayers will forgo their usual in-person meetings with tax preparers due to the pandemic. Millions will need to file tax returns to get the balance they are owed for stimulus payments. Others will be surprised to learn that unemployment insurance benefits are taxable, and some will face the for remote work. The economic disruptions of... + full article



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