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A look at what happened to nine parameters of interest to insurance agents and brokers. (Image: Shutterstock)

The Internal Revenue Service has published a big new collection of tax parameters for 2018, in Revenue Procedure 2017-58.

Even financial professionals who do their best to keep as much room between themselves and tax questions as possible may find themselves hunting for the revenue procedure document over and over, just to try to find just what, for example, the maximum possible exclusion for long-term care insurance premiums will be for a 55-year-old will be in 2018.

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