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Friday, November 19, 2010

Maximize your 2010 US federal refund

The holiday season is nearly here, which means it's year-end tax planning time. You only have until the end of December to act on certain money-saving credits and deductions. Read on for tips on how to maximize your 2010 federal refund by doing a little year-end planning now!

TaxACT 2010 Preview Version—available now—will cover these and all the other new tax law changes, so you won't have to keep track of them on your own.

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