January 2018 Newsletter

9 Tax Deductions Going Away in 2018


The new tax reform bill is now law, and taxpayers can expect a lot of changes to take place in 2018.

Reduced tax rates, higher standard deductions, and higher child tax credits for families are just a few of the perks that individual taxpayers will see next year.

To pay for these tax breaks, however, lawmakers took away many deductions that millions of taxpayers had used every year to reduce their tax bills.

The nine deductions we'll discuss are just some of the popular provisions that will disappear, and taxpayers will have to look closely at their own personal situations to see whether other, less common deductions are also going away. Click the link to see the full list and explanation for each.




The Deductr Newsletter is a monthly publication.

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In This Issue:

  • Deductr Training Webinar - 1/17
  • Answers to New Tax Law Questions
  • 9 Tax Deductions Going Away in 2018
  • Tech That Will Define 2018
  • Laff Trax: Finding Humor in Life


Deductr Live Training Webinar

Wednesday, January 17th at 7:00 pm MST 



Happy New Year! Now, Let's Resolve to Make Tax Time Easier!

There may not be a better time to attend a Deductr training webinar than now. It's tax time!

Well, maybe tax preparation time is a better way to put it. Our training webinar will show you how stress and pain-free tax time can be.

Join our webinar on Wednesday evening, January 17, and see why Deductr users stress less during tax season.

Start time is 7:00 PM Mountain Time. Please check your time zone for the correct start time where you live.

Director of Communications and Training at Deductr, Doug Long, will take you through a comprehensive click by click training session.

Seats are limited and available on a "first come first served" basis. So, Register Now!



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