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Post-Election Insights Part 2: Potential Tax Impacts for Individuals

Posted on December 11, 2020 by

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Part 2 of our post-election insights series focuses on President Joe Biden’s proposed tax laws and the potential impacts they could have on personal taxes, finance and estate planning. Clayton & McKervey Shareholders Margaret Amsden and Tim Hilligoss lead this live video discussion.

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