A Dozen Tax Cuts Expire on Dec. 31st; New Tax Hikes Take Effect—NYT Reviewed by Momizat on . Typical Household Taxes Go Up by $2,000, Says Non-Partisan Tax Policy Center More than a dozen tax cuts are set to expire Dec. 31 and a couple of new taxes are Typical Household Taxes Go Up by $2,000, Says Non-Partisan Tax Policy Center More than a dozen tax cuts are set to expire Dec. 31 and a couple of new taxes are Rating:
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A Dozen Tax Cuts Expire on Dec. 31st; New Tax Hikes Take Effect—NYT

Typical Household Taxes Go Up by $2,000, Says Non-Partisan Tax Policy Center

More than a dozen tax cuts are set to expire Dec. 31 and a couple of new taxes are scheduled to start with the new year, Catherine Rampell at The New York Times reports.  Here’s more:

More than a dozen tax cuts are set to expire Dec. 31 and a couple of new taxes are scheduled to start with the new year. Combined, they would affect nearly 90 percent of taxpayers, from the very richest to the very poorest, with the typical household’s tax bill rising by about $2,000 in 2013, according to the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center. Taxes on one-percenters would rise an average of $121,000.

. . . While legislators are expected to try to reverse or temper many of the scheduled tax increases, at least a few appear to be a certainty. Accountants and tax lawyers are expecting a flurry of frantic calls in the last few weeks of this year as clients rearrange their affairs to minimize the blow.

“I don’t expect to have any respite from now till the end of the year,” said Robert Willens, the president of his tax and accounting practice in New York. “Clients are very concerned and kind of confused about what to do, whether they should be taking any affirmative steps or waiting to see what happens.”

2012 Tax Hikes Hit Hard

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