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Do you have a tax challenge you need help solving? Are you worried about paying higher taxes under the new tax deal? Are you a parent of a college-age child and unsure of which tax breaks you qualify for? Are you self-employed and concerned that you’re missing out on valuable deductions? Money magazine may be able to help.

For a story that will run in Money's April 2013 issue, the magazine will be pairing different people with a financial planner or accountant for a free tax makeover. In each case, a professional adviser will suggest steps to cut the family’s tax bill now and over the long run.

To participate, you must be comfortable with sharing details of your financial life in the magazine, and you will be photographed for the story. To get an idea of what these makeovers are like, you can check out the Financial Fixes of Paul & Linda Schilling and of Doug & Sheryll Evans.

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