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Make these financial moves now to save you money on taxes

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Whether you usually get a refund or owe a tax bill, there are several moves to consider now to improve your chances of seeing some tax savings in April. CNBC senior personal finance correspondent Sharon Epperson reports for the 3rd Hour of TODAY.

How to turn stock losses into tax savings, and other ways to trim your tax bill