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Tax questions that rise as incomes fall

AS UNEMPLOYMENT REACHES ITS highest level since the Great Depression, millions of Americans have been left scrambling to get by. As of early April, almost a third of U.S. adults were unable to afford necessities like rent or food, according to an Urban Institute survey; the crisis is bound to deepen.

For many, financial survival could come down to desperate measures, like dipping

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