10 ways the 'fiscal cliff' fix affects you
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Carolyn Kaster, Associated Press
When looking at individual tax increases, it makes the policy seem like a tax hike, according to DC Decoder. For example, those who make $500,000 will pay about $6,689 more in taxes.
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