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November 19, 2012
BOSTON — What if one of your key sources of income were taxed at three times the rate you pay now?
That's a realistic possibility next year for high-income investors who own dividend-paying stocks or mutual funds. Dividend investors earning modest income and retirees who count on quarterly payouts could face a higher rate as well.
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