A copy of an IRS 1040 tax form at an H&R Block office on Dec. 22, 2017, the day President Trump signed the Republican tax bill.

A copy of an IRS 1040 tax form at an H&R Block office on Dec. 22, 2017, the day President Trump signed the Republican tax bill.

Every tax season brings at least a little confusion, but you might have even more questions than usual about your financial future after the massive Republican tax overhaul that became law last week.

How should individuals, families and small businesses prepare for Tax Day now?

As this tax year draws to a close, we’re taking your questions. Leave them for us at 855-236-1A1A (1212).

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  • Paula Bishop CPA; college financial aid adviser in Kirkland, Washington
  • Bill Smith Managing director, CBIZ MHM’s National Tax Office; @billsmithtax1
  • Kemberley Washington CPA; financial adviser; @Kemwashcpa
  • Todd Frankel Reporter, Washington Post; @tcfrankel

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