DealBook: Tax Cuts Benefit the Ultra Rich, but Not the Merely Rich

Many wealthy Americans are complaining bitterly that the new tax code will have them paying more, not less, in taxes.

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Have You Ever Felt Sorry for the I.R.S.? Now Might Be the Time

Already struggling with its workload, the agency must start adapting systems to the new tax code while processing returns under the old one.

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The Winners and Losers in the Tax Bill

President Trump has called the tax cuts a Christmas present for the entire nation, but the fine print reveals some will get nicer gifts than others.

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Homeowners Have Had It Good. Too Good, Says the Tax Bill.

The tax code has long offered rewards for buying rather than renting, an equation that has troubled some economists — and that the Republican bill upends.

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As a Must-Pass Republican Tax Bill Headed for the Finish Line, Rubio Saw an Opening

On Thursday, Marco Rubio took a stand: He threatened to vote no unless House and Senate negotiators expanded the child tax credit.

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With Concession to Rubio on Child Credit, G.O.P. Is Set to Release Compromise Tax Plan

Republican lawmakers tasked with merging the House and Senate tax bills have signed a final version of the legislation, a key step that moves the tax overhaul closer to the finish line.

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Economic Scene: Tax Plan’s Biggest Cuts Could Be in Living Standards

Cutting taxes is mostly an exercise in slicing the economic pie a different way, not making it bigger, with gains for a few offset by losses for many.

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Common Sense: Trump Says G.O.P. Tax Bill Won’t Benefit Him. That’s Not True.

The tax legislation hurtling through Congress this week seems almost tailor-made to benefit the president, despite his claims that the bills are “not good for me.”

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