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Why Next Year's Tax Refund May Bring You Extra Dough

Talking Taxes


Changes in standard deductions and personal exemptions could mean more dough — and more cookies — for filers

By Richard Rubin

Under the new tax law approved by Congress, the standard deduction is going up and the personal exemption is going away. But these changes won’t be visible until your 2019 returns. WSJ’s Richard Rubin explains the recipe behind the changes that are coming to your tax bill.

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Taxes are complicated. But not in Richard Rubin’s world! In this video series, WSJ’s tax policy reporter explains different aspects of the tax code in a unique and entertaining way. Talk of deductions and exemptions has never been so fun.

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