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How to Cash In on Corporate Tax Cuts

Stocks have been rising for months on hopes that tax cuts will fuel a surge in corporate profits and dividend increases. But you haven't missed the rally--it should last well into 2018, especially for the parts of the market that may benefit the most.

One way to cash in is with shares of small and midsize firms. Such companies tend to pay taxes at

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