Jim Zarroli Jim Zarroli is an NPR correspondent based in New York. He covers economics and business news.
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Why The Stock Market Soared In 2017

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President Trump talks with journalists at the White House after signing the tax overhaul into law on Friday. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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The Tax Law's New Way Of Measuring Inflation Could Take A Toll On Taxpayers

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Business Owners Face Complicated Choices With Republican Tax Plan

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Members of the College Republican National Committee demonstrated against the estate tax in Washington in 2006. The tax was eliminated in 2010 but was reinstated a year later. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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As GOP Lawmakers Eye Cutting Estate Tax, Will They Increase Income Inequality?

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell addressed a tax reform news conference on Capitol Hill last Thursday, alongside Sen. Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia and representatives of small-business groups. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Is This The Right Time For a Big Tax Cut?

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Trump's Claim That GOP Tax Bill Would Hurt The Wealthy Continues To Be Challenged

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Republican Senate leaders, shown here speaking to reporters after the Republican Policy Committee luncheon at the Capitol Wednesday, are finalizing details of a tax plan they hope to vote on this week. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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A Revenue 'Trigger' Would Shoot Down Tax Cuts If Economy Doesn't Grow As Expected

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House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady, R-Texas, speaks after the House passed its version of the Republican tax overhaul on Nov. 16. The measure includes a repeal of the alternative minimum tax. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Congress Takes Aim At Tax Rules That Hit Hardest At Upper Middle Class

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Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump, Eric Trump and Donald Trump Jr. stand before the rendering of the under-construction Trump SoHo Hotel Condominium in September 2007. Jennifer Altman/Bloomberg/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Organization Cuts Ties To Controversial SoHo Hotel

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Tax Cuts And The Deficit

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A $25 Trump "gold coin bar bank" purchased from TrumpStore.com comes with a thank you card signed by Donald Trump's sons, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump. Nickolai Hammar /NPR hide caption

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New Online Store Is One More Way For Trump To Profit From Presidency, Critics Say

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