The SALT deduction limit has been a hot topic recently.
Some say it makes federal tax burden more uniform across states and makes the tax code cleaner / simpler / more fair. Others say it unfairly burdens those in states with high income taxes and high property taxes – Or that it even hurts the middle class especially in those high tax states.
Does the SALT deduction limit impact middle-class households? Should it be increased or repealed, or is it fine as is?
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