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You can expect some changes in your 2013 taxes that you'll pay early in 2014, especially if you're wealthy. 2014 has fewer adjustments, but they could hit your bottom line if you're rich or own a home.
As the Feds stimulus efforts come to an end, we should expect to see a slight pullback in stocks in 2014.
Lower fees and increased matching in retirement accounts are just a few of the better benefits you can look for in 2014.
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