Tax Reform and Greek-Americans

The Capitol in Washington is seen early Thursday, April 6, 2017.(AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

Before the end of this year, tax changes of some kind will be enacted by Congress. Positive proposals for change are now vying for support with extremely dubious proposals. This is the time for the public to provide feedback totheir senators and representatives. Some specific propositions deserve close attention by Greek-Americans.

Generally withhigher annual incomes than the average American, Greek-Americans often own their homes, have a high level of education, care for elders, and have small families. Some 80% of Greek-Americans …

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