On April 15, high income taxpayers will confront the first tax returns they’ll file under new tax rates that took effect in 2013. They’ll experience the practical impact of higher rates on ordinary income, capital gains and dividends. They’ll also encounter a number of indirect tax increases, such as the 3.8 percent Medicare surtax on unearned income and phaseouts of various tax benefits based on their income level. While taxpayers were forewarned of these changes and urged ...

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