Kirk Stark

UCLA School of Law

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Professor of tax law and policy at UCLA School of Law.

Kirk Stark on KCRW

The federal government’s new tax law allows you to deduct $10,000 from your state and local taxes on your federal return. The average Californian deducts about twice that.

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The federal government’s new tax law allows you to deduct $10,000 from your state and local taxes on your federal return. The average Californian deducts about twice that.

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