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Staff Reports
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Millions of U.S. taxpayers will get delayed refunds this year because Congress went down to the wire in passing a fiscal-cliff bill. That means that the Internal Revenue Service will the start of the tax-filing season the 30th of January. Wall Street Journal reporter John McKinnon offers insight on what the tax-filing delay means for you.
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