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John Lavelle - Lavelle & Finn, LLP
The dreaded drop off the fiscal cliff has been avoided, so what does it mean for our taxes. Before the agreement, there were dire predictions that many middle-class Americans could see their yearly tax bills go up by some three thousand dollars, if Congress and the White House did not agree on a tax and spending plan by the time the ball dropped in Times Square.
For more on how this agreement could affect taxes, WAMC’s Brian Shields spoke today to John Lavelle, an attorney and certified public accountant and member of the executive committee of the WAMC board of trustees.
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