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Mitt Romneys’ 1040s offer tips for filing

By Jay Fitzgerald
Globe Correspondent / February 26, 2012
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Looking for some tax tips heading into the tax-filing season? Look no further than Mitt Romney’s 2010 and preliminary 2011 tax returns that he released last month. Though he earns a fortune that average filers can only dream about, the former Massachusetts governor made some smart moves that those in lower income brackets might also make to lower tax bills, tax specialists said. Romney and his wife, Ann, filing jointly, paid less than 15 percent of their income in taxes.

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