Pre-paying property taxes before end of year appears prudent

THE NEW TAX BILL has taxpayers looking to make moves to bolster their financial edge before the new tax season when a new set of rules takes effect. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL NAGLE
THE NEW TAX BILL has taxpayers looking to make moves to bolster their financial edge before the new tax season when a new set of rules takes effect by paying and then deducting property taxes for fiscal 2018 in the 2017 tax year. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL NAGLE
PROVIDENCE – The passage of the new tax overhaul has left some taxpayers – both businesses and individuals – seeking to take advantage of the old rules before the new ones kick in. Companies appear to be delaying bonuses and invoices to the new year in order to reap the benefits of new 2018 tax breaks.…

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