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12 tax tips gleaned from Hillary Clinton’s tax return

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Hillary Clinton is not only running for president, she’s also providing voters some tax advice.

OK, the Democratic nominee for the White House isn’t actually dispensing tax tips on the campaign trail. But by releasing many years of her personal tax filings, she gives us a look at some tax-filing strategies that she and the former President Bill Clinton use.

Here are 12 tax moves gleaned from the Clintons’ tax returns, focusing on the 2015 forms Hillary made public on Aug. 12. Taxpayers of all political persuasions might be able to use at least some of these strategies to reduce their own tax bills.

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