Retirement


A survey ( www.socialsecurity.org/dailys/07-29-02.html ) conducted during a week in July when the Dow Jones industrial average plummeted nearly 700 points found 68% of likely voters nevertheless favor letting workers invest part of their Social Security taxes in personal retirement accounts, say researchers at the Cato Institute.

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Tackling TCJA changes this tax season

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