Wondering how the new tax code will affect you? In the next few weeks we’re going to start receiving our 2018 tax forms—W2s from employers, interest statements from the bank, notices from Social Security, 1099s from our investments and retirement income, landlord certificates and other miscellaneous tax forms. If you’re confused about what the new tax code is going to mean for you, here’s a primer to explain some of the basics that will directly impact taxpayers:
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Mythbusters—Automotive EditionI saw it on Facebook so it must be true, right? One of my Facebook friends reposted a friend’s complaint about a recent vehicle purchase. He said he had spent $26,000.00 for a used vehicle in Vermont and when he brought it in for inspection he discovered it needed a great deal of work. There were many comments and responses to his plight, some not fit to print here. What struck me most was the misinformation that exists in the consumer market today.