Listeners' Questions On Taxes Requested Taxes are due in just about six weeks, and this year there are quite a few new tax breaks being offered: for people who have bought a new home, or energy-efficient items for their home or a new car. Listeners are invited to submit their questions, some of which the show will answer next week.
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Listeners' Questions On Taxes Requested

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MICHELE NORRIS, host:

There are likely lots of folks out there right now wishing they could nullify their taxes or at least make them simpler. Taxes are due in just about six weeks - that's the bad news. The good news is that there are lots of new tax breaks being offered from buying a home, a car, a storm door - the list goes on.

Well, whatever your tax questions, we want to hear them. Next week, we'll try to answer some of them on the show, so please send us your questions. You can do that at npr.org, click on Contact Us at the bottom of the page and please put taxes in the subject line.

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