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The Fiscal Cliff consists of tax increases, steep defense cuts, the "Doc Fix," and extended unemployment benefits. If no action is taken, a massive slate of tax hikes and spending cuts will take effect in January 2013. Read More.
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Taxmageddon is a one-year $494 billion tax increase slated to strike the economy on January 1, 2013. Taxmageddon is made up of several expiring tax policies and the beginning of some major tax increases from Obamacare.
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