Traditional Strategy of Deferring Income Is Dicey This Year

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Be careful when considering the time-honored strategy of deferring taxable income from this year into next year. The strategy makes sense if you’re confident you’ll be in the same or lower tax bracket next year, but the tax picture for 2013 is blurry. Traditional Strategy of Deferring Income Is Dicey This Year

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