The best summary I have seen of the new tax compromise passed by the US Senate and now pending in the house is here--http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2013/01/01/us/the-mcconne...>Dividends and Capital gains stay at 15% for most of us, but go to 20% for incomes over $400k single/$450k married permanently.>Estate tax to 40% for amounts over $5mm single or $10mm family permanently.>AMT indexed to inflation permanently>Extends unemployment, the farm bill, delays fiscal cliff spending cuts and Medicare payment cuts to physicians>No action on the temp reduction in withholding or the debt ceiling. Republicans still want more cost cutting.I saw an AP story indicating changes in the rules for conversion of IRAs to a Roth, but search turned up no details.
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