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How the New Tax Laws Will Affect Utah Homebuyers

Under the new laws, many Utah taxpayers will pay less taxes, freeing up money to buy homes and spurring even more demand. Luxury home buyers to be most impacted by the changes as deductions are capped at $750,000 instead of $1 million. SALT LAKE CITY ...

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