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Taxes - what's allowed (or not) for deductions

CreeklandCreekland 6633 replies92 threads Senior Member
Starting to think about taxes. Google seems to have a lot to read, but I'm on very limited time. Anyone willing to make a short list of what has changed in deductions? Standard deduction has gone up - nothing difficult to find there, but what still applies (or not) to it? Health costs? Mortgage Interest? Charity Deductions? (There are more, of course.) I seem to recall state tax payments are no longer deductible because that made the news. The rest I'm foggy on with which way they ended up.
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