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Although the House approved a last minute deal to avoid the fiscal cliff, most of Americans will still see an income tax increase.  According to legislation most will end up paying more federal taxed in 2013 because nothing was done to prevent a temporary reduction in the Social Security payroll tax from expiring. 

Taxes may rise but will be nothing close to what would have happened if the fiscal cliff had not been avoided.

According to wral.com; households making between $40,000 and $50,000 will face an average tax increase of $579 in 2013, according to the Tax Policy Center’s analysis. Households making between $50,000 and $75,000 will face an average tax increase of $822.

source:  wral.com