6 Tax Credits That Anyone Can Claim

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Tax forms can be complicated, but don't let the complexity scare you away from tax credits that are legally yours to claim. Tax deductions and credits aren't just for big companies and finance-savvy folks. You might be surprised how many tax breaks - in the form of both credits and deductions - can be applied to your tax return.

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