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European leaders took the fight to tax cheats Wednesday with a pledge to share bank account data across the EU and accelerate initiatives to tackle abuse by companies.
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The mortgage interest deduction is claimed by less than a third of all tax filers, and its benefits are distributed unevenly across states -- factors that may become part of the tax reform debate.
Forced budget cuts are taking another bite out of the tax collection agency's operations. In addition to longer waits on its helpline, the agency will be closed completely for 5 days between May and August.
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