Impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on Cost-of-Living and Lump Sum Allowance Reports

Every cost-of-living report reflects minor impacts from the tax reform such as updated federal tax rates and changes such as child credits and standard deductions. Most individuals will have a lower federal tax amount on both the pre-move and post-move, but the net effect on the report total will be small, particularly for renter reports. However two of the changes can have a significant impact in the cost-of-living differential depending on the location.

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