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1 out of 9 credit scores increased overnight

How would you like an overnight increase in your credit score, through no action of your own?

Seniors, don't fear a lawsuit for old debt

Being served legal papers can be a scary experience for a senior

Last-minute tax day filing

Waiting until the last minute to pay your taxes can cost you

Prevent identity theft from affecting your taxes

What do you do if you fall victim to tax-related identity theft?

How your fellow Americans cheat on taxes

Have you ever cheated on your taxes? If so, you are in the minority – but you aren't alone, either

Avoid required minimum distribution mistakes

How many times in life do you have to worry about removing too little money from a financial account?

9 boring habits that will make you rich

What's not to like about a world where your only money trouble is how to spend it?

Best and worst states for the new tax law

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act promised an income tax cut for most Americans. Is that promise less likely to be fulfilled if you live in certain states?

Top 7 tax deductions and credits that people forget

Don't overlook these common tax deductions that could save you money.

Avoiding mortgage scams

If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. That's sound advice for almost all aspects of life, including the search for mortgage relief services. 

Many millennials have no savings

What's in your savings account? If you're a millennial, there's a decent chance that there's nothing in your account but IOUs and promises

Interactive tax assistant 101

Looking for tax help? Check out the IRS's interactive online assistant

IRS reveals the top tax scams of 2018

The Dirty Dozen — a 1967 war movie starring Lee Marvin, Charles Bronson, and Jim Brown, or a list of the top twelve tax scams as identified by the Internal Revenue Service? How about both?

Tax benefits of caring for an aging relative

Caring for an elderly relative can be rewarding, but incredibly difficult – as well as expensive. However, it may be possible to recoup some of the costs through income tax savings. 

3 top retiree tax-planning mistakes

Here are three of the top mistakes that retirees tend to make, so that you can plan now to avoid them

Your top 10 rights as a taxpayer

You may know about the Bill of Rights, but were you aware that the IRS also has a Bill of Rights for your benefit?

Title: H&R Block - Tax Help for Each Kind of Procrastinator

Millions of Americans still need to file. Procrastination experts challenge the stigma of procrastination and explain ways to overcome or use procrastination to your advantage.

How to deduct your car

When you use your car for both personal and business reasons and you are not fully reimbursed through your employer for the business expenses, you can deduct those costs from your taxes

Student loan $36 billion shortfall

If you are a lending institution that loses money on the loans that you make, it's an understatement to say that changes are required

9 ways to reduce investment taxes

The recently passed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) gave most Americans a break on their upcoming taxes – but you don't need legislation to cut your taxes even further

Education tax savings

If you are paying college expenses for yourself or for one of your dependents, you may be able to deduct the tuition and fees on your federal tax return

Learn the price of your life insurance premium before you apply

If you are looking at obtaining life insurance, and you want to know what your rate class might be with a number of carriers, here is one way to make that happen

A new approach to affordable housing

A new test program in Montana addresses an underserved area of the housing market affordable rental homes by making loans to help people move in

Top 9 audit red flags

Some of these cannot be avoided, but others are essentially errors in judgment

Are my Social Security benefits taxable?

Social Security is generally considered a tax-free benefit, but that is not always the case

What to do when divorced parents both want to claim the same dependents

Claiming dependents on your taxes is usually a fairly straightforward procedure, but in some cases, more than one person (or couple filing jointly) will claim someone as a dependent, muddying the process

Think before you lend your credit card to others

If you lend your credit card to a friend in financial need, trying to be helpful, there's a decent chance that you'll end up with increased debt – and possibly an ex-friend. 

Disappearing tax breaks

It's debatable whether taxes are simpler, but there's no doubt that some deductions will be lost after 2017

Don't get a surprise tax bill from your IRA

Did you know that the type of investments you hold could hand you a surprise tax bill and potentially ruin your IRA status?

Tax identity theft

With tax-filing season now upon us, there's another kind of identity theft you should be watching out for

Free tax preparation

If you are one of the many Americans struggling to understand how to fill out your tax forms, the IRS — yes, that IRS — may be able to offer you free help

Energy tax incentives 101

Going green can actually save you some green too

Bad Social Security advice can cost you money

Beware of Social Security tips, the wrong one could cost you big time

The Importance Of Work/Life Balance

For eight years in my 20's, I was working 80-90 hours a week, fixated on chasing the all-powerful dollar. I barely saw my wife and first-born child, and I was miserable. I made a lot of money, but had no balance. At 30,...

5 Things you might not know about your credit

March is Credit Education Month: How much do you know?

Can minor debts land you in prison?

Could you end up behind bars?

6 tax filing myths debunked

Don't believe everything you hear about taxes

War is coming

The point of this war isn't land or power. The purpose of this battle is to affix blame for the mess that we call the nation's finances

Top 11 ways to cut your taxes this year

You can give the government less of your money by taking advantage of all the legal tax savings for which you qualify

Should couples file taxes jointly or separately?

Married couples have the choice of filing their taxes jointly or separately. What is the best option for you and your spouse?

Why the 2018 tax deadline was moved to April 17

For three years in a row, Americans are going to get a little extra time to file their taxes, thanks to a holiday that may be completely unknown to you

The number one reason Monero is a cryptocurrency investment winner

If cryptocurrency history is written by the winners, then this is the year for Monero (XMR), the anonymous crypto coin, to add its name to the ledger

9 crucial tax deductions

Like most Americans, you probably want to get through your taxes as quickly as possible.

Insuring jewelry 101

For Valentine's Day, we hope you bought a thoughtful gift for your significant other. It's the thought that counts, of course, but let us give you a tip or two

No W-2 tax form? What to do

These days, you probably want to file your taxes as early as possible to prevent identity thieves from filing a false return in your name — but that requires you to have the necessary forms in hand, including W-2 forms.

Tax breaks rise from the dead

If you haven't filed your taxes yet, consider the following changes courtesy of the budget bill

40% of student loans could default over 20 years

America's student loan debt may be approaching a critical point with respect to repayment

Is your W-2 tax form less than your salary?

The W-2 is the base document that defines your tax obligations, so it is important that you review and understand yours.

5 mistakes to avoid when filing taxes early

Early Birds Should Be Careful Have you been waiting patiently to file your taxes? If so, you're in luck. 

Cryptocurrencies beyond Bitcoin

Ever hear of Dogecoin? What about Litecoin or SmartCash? Perhaps not, but they have been worth at least $1 billion, along with all the other cryptocurrencies in this article

18 top tax deductions for 2018

What better way to start 2018 than with 18 great money-saving tax deductions? Use them to save money on your 2017 taxes while you still can

6 things the world’s best athletes can teach you about getting out of debt

Follow Olympic athletes’ examples to crunch your budget, achieve your goals

Credit for the elderly or disabled

If you are over age 65 or are retired due to a disability, you may be eligible for a separate tax credit designed to help the nation's seniors and disabled

9 ways to maximize your tax refund

Do the words "tax return" send shivers down your spine because you always end up with a gigantic headache and little or no tax refund at the end? Maybe the problem is in preparation and planning – or lack of it. 

Itemize or take the standard deduction on your federal income tax?

Should you itemize deductions or take the standard deduction for tax year 2017?

How much do you need to retire?

I find when meeting with individuals for the first time that they typically have no idea how much they will need to be able to retire.

15 easy steps to prevent identity theft

Thanks to large-scale hacks such as the Equifax and Yahoo breaches, identity thieves have no shortage of information to use in their criminal pursuits. Is your information among them?

Millennial retirement perceptions

How will millennials do in retirement? Very well...or so they think.

Top tax benefits of home ownership

Your home is your castle, and it is also a source of tax deductions. Yet, every year, Americans let these potential tax deductions pass by, not realizing how to take advantage of them.

Is an LLC right for you?

What sort of structure makes the most sense for your small business - a corporate structure or a sole proprietorship? If neither structure fits you well, perhaps the best choice for you is a Limited Liability Company

IRS urges travelers requiring passports to pay their back taxes or enter into payment agreements; people owing $51,000 or more covered

This month, the IRS will begin implementation of new procedures affecting individuals with “seriously delinquent tax debts.”

Free tax software available now through free file; partnership launches its 16th year of free assistance to taxpayers

Taxpayers starting today can begin preparing and e-filing their taxes for free with IRS Free File software

Getting the jump on April 17

Is it tax time already? You may not want to admit it, but tax time starts well before the filing deadline.

Updated 2018 withholding tables now available; taxpayers could see paycheck changes by February

The new law makes a number of changes for 2018 that affect individual taxpayers

How new tax law affects homeowners

The changing landscape of deductions

Employers and coverage providers have more time to furnish health coverage forms to individuals

The IRS extended the 2018 due date for certain employers and health coverage providers to furnish 2017 health coverage information forms to individuals

Preparing for your annual tax meeting

With the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Ac, it makes it even more important for you to prepare for your allotted tax preparation time

Nine facts about the adoption credit

Adoptive parents around the country may qualify for a tax credit

Only 9% of investors understand risk

If you don't fully understand risk, you may be looking at the wrong criteria to make the best financial decisions

Security Summit partners warn tax pros of heightened fraud activity as filing season approaches

Cybercriminals already are at work as the nation’s tax season approaches

Here’s five reasons to use direct deposit for a tax refund

As taxpayers prepare for the January 29 start of filing season, they should consider a direct deposit of any refunds due

6 ways to eliminate painful holiday debt

Now is the time to kick a financial holiday hangover – and prepare for next year

Ten tips for choosing a tax preparer

Taxpayers should choose their tax return preparer wisely

2018 housing market predictions

Are you preparing to enter the housing market in 2018? Whether you're a buyer or a seller, 2018 is likely to be a year of both challenges and opportunities

Six questions preparers should ask themselves about office security

Tax professionals can protect taxpayer data by simply looking around their own offices

Instant approval credit cards

Instant approval credit cards bring another level of convenience to the credit application process

Top ten ways to use unwanted gift cards

What can you do with a gift card that you will never use? We have a few suggestions for your consideration.

Avoid the $300,000 retirement mistake

Calculate the best time to take Social Security

IRS extends due date for employers and providers to issue health coverage forms to individuals in 2018

The IRS announced that it has extended the 2018 due date for certain entities to provide 2017 health coverage information forms to individuals

IRS criminal investigation releases fiscal year 2017 annual report

he Internal Revenue Service  announced the release of the Criminal Investigation Division’s (CI) annual report, reflecting significant accomplishments and criminal enforcement actions taken in fiscal year 2017

Where are people buying homes?

Have you ever heard of the Pre-Mover Housing Index? Read more to discover what is and how it calculates where people are buying homes.

Tax professionals: visit for data protection resources

Tax professionals must take strong measures to protect themselves and their clients

Strong passwords help keep tax data safe

Seven things you should know when creating a password for your online tax information

Homebuyers lack mortgage knowledge

For the unprepared, the mortgage process can be a whirlwind of unfamiliar terms and procedures followed by stacks of confusing paperwork.

IRS provides safe harbors to help taxpayers suffering property losses, including losses from hurricanes

The Internal Revenue Service issued guidance providing safe harbor methods that individuals may use in determining the amount of their losses for their homes and personal belongings, including losses from recent hurricanes.

Taxpayers should protect data all year round

With the online holiday shopping season in full swing, it’s the perfect time for all taxpayers to take steps to protect their identities and personal data

Get to know the Taxpayer Bill of Rights – Part 2

Taxpayers interacting with the IRS should know their rights

Get to know the Taxpayer Bill of Rights – Part 1

When it comes to paying your taxes, it is important to understand your rights

Interest rates remain the same for the first quarter of 2018

The Internal Revenue Service announced that interest rates will remain the same for the calendar quarter beginning Jan. 1, 2018

Get ready for taxes: plan ahead to avoid refund delays

Taxpayers can take steps to ensure smooth processing of their 2017 tax return next year

7 year-end financial tasks to get in a better financial position

Honest evaluation, smart planning can help you get out, and stay out, of debt

Get ready for taxes: taxpayers with expiring ITINs should submit renewal applications by Dec. 31

The Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers with expiring Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITINs) to submit their renewal applications as soon as possible

National Tax Security Awareness Week: five steps data breach victims can take

There are steps that identity theft victims can take to protect their financial accounts, their identities and their tax returns

Are you being overcharged on your auto loan?

Few things beat the thrill of driving off the auto dealership with your new car – but are you paying more for that thrill than you should be paying? 

Only 4 in 10 singles are saving for retirement

As a single American, how often does retirement cross your mind? Are you taking steps toward financial security in retirement, or are you taking a more carefree approach?

National Tax Security Awareness Week No. 3: victims of data breaches should consider these steps

There are steps that data theft victims may take to protect their financial accounts and their identities once cybercriminals have their names and other sensitive information

National Tax Security Awareness Week: five steps data breach victims can take

People who are the victim of a data breach should consider five steps to help protect their sensitive information that can be used on a tax return

Get ready for taxes: offers free tax help

As tax filing season approaches, the Internal Revenue Service encourages taxpayers to visit first for tax tools and resources before calling

National Tax Security Awareness Week no. 2: don’t take the bait; avoid phishing emails by data thieves

The IRS, state tax agencies and the nation’s tax industry urge people to be on the lookout for new, sophisticated email phishing scams that could endanger their personal information and next year’s tax refund

National Tax Security Awareness Week: eight steps to keep online data safe

During the holiday shopping season, shoppers are looking for the perfect gifts. At the same time, criminals are looking for sensitive data.

Taxpayers can use IRS Select Check tool before donating on Giving Tuesday

As people are deciding where to make their donations on Giving Tuesday, the IRS has a tool that may help

Five things to remember about hobby income and expenses

A taxpayer must report income on their tax return even if it is made from a hobby

Get ready for taxes: donations may cut tax bills

The Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers looking to maximize their tax savings before the end of the year to consider charitable giving

National Tax Security Awareness Week: data protection tips to help taxpayers, businesses

The IRS is partnering with state tax agencies, the tax industry and groups across the country to encourage all taxpayers to take steps to protect their tax data and identities

Reminder to employers and other businesses: Jan. 31 filing deadline now applies to all wage statements and independent contractor forms

The Internal Revenue Service today reminded employers and other businesses of the Jan. 31 filing deadline that now applies to filing wage statements and independent contractor forms with the government

Individual taxpayers: seven things to do when an IRS letter arrives

Here are seven simple suggestions on how individuals can handle a letter or notice from the IRS

Flexible spending arrangements (FSAs) in 2018

The Internal Revenue Service today reminded eligible employees that now is the time to begin planning to take full advantage of their employer’s health flexible spending arrangement (FSA) during 2018

Get ready for taxes: save for retirement now, get a tax credit later; saver’s credit helps low-, moderate-income workers

The Internal Revenue Service reminds low- and moderate-income workers to plan now to earn a credit on their 2017 tax return

Taxpayers should do an end-of-year withholding check-up

As the end of the year approaches, the IRS encourages taxpayers to consider a tax withholding checkup

IRS has resources for veterans, current members of the military

The IRS reminds veterans and current members of the military that they may be eligible for certain tax benefits

Participating in the sharing economy can affect taxes

Here are six things taxpayers should know about how the sharing economy might affect their taxes

Get ready for taxes: plan ahead for 2018 filing season to avoid refund delays

The Internal Revenue Service today advised taxpayers about steps they can take now to ensure smooth processing of their 2017 tax return and avoid a delay in getting their refund next year.

9 steps to take to continue recovering from fire, flood or hurricane

What to do if you’re still recovering from a disaster

Taxpayers can explore payment options any time of the year

The IRS understands that taxpayers who owe money need choices on how they can make payments to the agency. IRS offers three easy ways to pay taxes

Five things to know about estimated taxes and withholding

With 10 million taxpayers a year facing estimated tax penalties, the IRS offers some simple tips to help prevent a surprise at tax time. has the latest information for taxpayers in disaster areas

Taxpayers who live in an area affected by one of the many disasters this year can visit The website has details about tax relief that might benefit them

IRS urges taxpayers with expiring ITINs to submit renewal applications as year-end deadline approaches

The Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers with expiring Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITINs) to submit their renewal applications as soon as possible

8 ways to make this year's Thanksgiving debt-free and delicious

Hosting the holiday meal doesn’t have to be hard on the wallet

For tax year 2016, e-file closes on Nov. 18; after that, disaster victims, others need to file on paper

The Internal Revenue Service today reminded people, including those in disaster areas, who want to file a 2016 tax return electronically to do so by Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017

10 million taxpayers face an estimated tax penalty each year; act now to reduce or avoid it for 2017; new web page can help

The Internal Revenue Service today reminded taxpayers assessed an estimated tax penalty for tax year 2016 that they still have time to take steps to reduce or eliminate the penalty for 2017 and future years

IRS encourages taxpayers to check their withholding

As the end of 2017 approaches, the Internal Revenue Service today encouraged taxpayers to consider a tax withholding checkup

The Best Time Of The Year To Rent

What's the best time of the year to rent a home? That depends on what factors are important to you, and how much time you have to act. People don't always have the luxury of taking their time in renting a house or...

Four things to know about taxes and starting a business

New business owners have tax-related things to do before launching their companies

PTIN renewal period underway for tax professionals

The Internal Revenue Service today reminded the nation’s more than 727,000 federal tax return preparers that they must renew their Preparer Tax Identification Numbers (PTINs) for 2018

Tax pros must take steps to protect data from cybercriminals

The IRS reminds all tax preparers they have a responsibility to protect and secure sensitive data

7 things not to do when you review your credit report

One in five consumers find mistakes; here’s how to fix credit report errors

From early Macs to vinyl, Sonic Youth guitarist Lee Ranaldo digs his tech relics

“In a weird twist of fate, music doesn’t take up any room in people’s lives now. It’s all on the internet.”

IRS has options to help small business owners

Seven resources to help small businesses owners with common topics

Online courses help charities understand tax issues

Charitable organizations have 24/7 access to online courses on Stay Exempt, an IRS website

IRS offers webinar to help tax preparers protect their clients

The IRS is offering a webinar to help tax professionals protect their business and their clients’ data

In 2018, some tax benefits increase slightly due to inflation adjustments, others unchanged

The Internal Revenue Service today announced the tax year 2018 annual inflation adjustments for more than 50 tax provisions, including the tax rate schedules and other tax changes

IRS announces 2018 pension plan limitations; 401(k) contribution limit increases to $18,500 for 2018

The Internal Revenue Service today announced cost of living adjustments affecting dollar limitations for pension plans and other retirement-related items for tax year 2018

8 Must-do’s for seniors who want to avoid medical debt

Get organized this month; October is Organize Your Medical Information Month

Taxpayers can look to the IRS for tax help after a disaster

When a hurricane or other disaster strikes, the IRS wants taxpayers to know they can count on the agency for help

Gifts to charity: six facts about written acknowledgments

Taxpayers who plan to claim a charitable deduction on their tax return must do two things

IRS gives tax relief to victims of California wildfires; extension filers have until Jan. 31 to file

Victims of wildfires ravaging parts of California now have until Jan. 31, 2018, to file certain individual and business tax returns and make certain tax payments

IRS issues reminder to taxpayers as scams continue across the nation

The Internal Revenue Service today warned taxpayers to remain vigilant to scams as they continue to be reported around the country

8 steps to a more secure retirement

Take a good look at your future during National Retirement Security Week

What taxpayers can do now before filing their return in 2018

While taxpayers will not start filing their tax returns for a few months, there are a few things they can do to make the process easier next year

IRS warns taxpayers, tax pros of new e-services scam

The IRS today warned all e-Services users to beware of a new phishing scam that tries to trick tax professionals into “signing” a new e-Services user agreement

Tips for business owners who need to reconstruct records after a disaster

After a disaster, many business owners might need to reconstruct records to prove a loss. This may be essential for tax purposes, getting federal assistance, or insurance reimbursement.

Extension filers should review tax credits before filing

Taxpayers who requested an extension of time to file their federal tax returns have until Oct.16 to double-check their returns for tax benefits that people often overlook

Tax filing extension expires Oct. 16 for millions of taxpayers; check eligibility for overlooked tax benefits

The Internal Revenue Service urged taxpayers who have a filing extension through Oct. 16 to check their returns for often-overlooked tax benefits

5 Baby steps to avoid bigger-than-baby debt

Before your family expands, make a realistic assessment of your wallet

Tips for individuals who need to reconstruct records after a disaster

Taxpayers who are victims of a disaster might need to reconstruct records to prove their loss

Taxpayers should be wary of unsolicited calls from the IRS

Taxpayers who get an unexpected or unsolicited phone call from the IRS should be wary – it’s probably a scam

Extension filers: Deadline is Monday, Oct. 16; prior-year adjusted gross income amount may be needed to file electronically

The Internal Revenue Service has an important reminder for taxpayers who filed for an extension and face an Oct. 16 filing deadline

Seven reminders for taxpayers filing their 2016 tax returns by Oct. 16

Here are seven reminders for taxpayers who have not yet filed their 2016 taxes

Drought-stricken farmers and ranchers have more time to replace livestock under IRS relief

Farmers and ranchers who previously were forced to sell livestock due to drought in an applicable region now have an additional year to replace the livestock and defer tax on any gains from the forced sales

How to safeguard your credit after the Equifax breach

11 ways to keep financial information safer

IRS reminds parents, students to explore education resources on

The Internal Revenue Service today reminded parents and students that there are many tax benefits available to them, and the easiest way to learn more about them is through the education resources available on

Tax help available for those who still need to file for 2016

The Internal Revenue Service wants taxpayers, especially those who received tax-filing extensions, to know they can still get the tax help they need to meet the Oct. 16 extension deadline

Reminder for parents, students: check out college tax benefits

With back-to-school season in full swing, the Internal Revenue Service reminds parents and students about tax benefits that can help with the expense of higher education

IRS offers help to hurricane victims: A recap of key tax relief provisions available following Harvey, Irma and Maria

The Internal Revenue Service today offered a rundown of key tax relief that has been made available to victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria.

The holidays are coming. Is your wallet ready?

11 ways for 11 weeks to plan for a debt-free holiday

All of Georgia now eligible for disaster tax relief

Hurricane Irma victims in the entire state of Georgia now have until Jan. 31, 2018, to file certain individual and business tax returns and make certain tax payments

IRS provides limited waiver of fuel penalty due to Hurricane Irma; response follows shortage of Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel

The Internal Revenue Service today announced it will not impose a penalty on certain uses of certain adulterated fuels that do not comply with applicable EPA regulations, in response to shortages of Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel fuel caused by Hurricane Irma.

Mortgage Lock-ins 101

When you are shopping for a home mortgage, you will probably be given the opportunity to "lock in" an interest rate when you are initially approved for your loan. This enables you to fix the interest rate you're quoted...

Tax-exempt organizations affected by hurricanes Harvey and Irma granted tax relief

Tax-exempt organizations in parts of Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands may qualify for tax relief from the IRS

How to prepare your finances for a natural disaster

Keeping records, paperwork and other resources at the ready offers peace of mind

Like Harvey, retirement plans can make loans, hardship distributions to victims of Hurricane Irma

The Internal Revenue Service today announced that 401(k)s and similar employer-sponsored retirement plans can make loans and hardship distributions to victims of Hurricane Irma and members of their families.

Don’t take the bait, step 10: steps for tax pros with data incidents; tips to help protect clients, taxpayers

The IRS, state tax agencies and the tax industry today reminded tax professionals that if they experience a breach or theft of taxpayer data they should immediately contact the IRS to help protect clients

IRS Special Edition Tax Tip 2017-12: Make a difference, become a community tax volunteer

The IRS is looking for community volunteers to provide free tax preparation and help to their neighbors and other area residents in 2018

What happens to debt when you die?

8 things to know about death and debt – and how to plan now to avoid burdening loved ones

IRS announces five new members for the Electronic Tax Administration Advisory Committee

The Internal Revenue Service today announced the selection of five new members for the Electronic Tax Administration Advisory Committee (ETAAC). 

As Hurricane Irma threatens, IRS urges taxpayers to prepare for hurricanes, floods and other disasters

For September’s National Preparedness Month, the Internal Revenue Service is offering advice to taxpayers who may be affected by storms, fires, floods or other disasters

IRS provides special relief to encourage leave-based donation programs for victims of Hurricane Harvey

The Internal Revenue Service today announced special relief designed to support leave-based donation programs to aid victims of Hurricane Harvey.

Retirement plans can make loans, hardship distributions to victims of Hurricane Harvey

The Internal Revenue Service today announced that 401(k)s and similar employer-sponsored retirement plans can make loans and hardship distributions to victims of Hurricane Harvey and members of their families

Learn about tax benefits for education

The beginning of the school year is a good time for a reminder of the tax benefits for education. These benefits can help offset qualifying education costs.

Financial recovery after Harvey: what you need to know

8 steps to take in Hurricane Harvey’s wake – or keep on hand for a future disaster

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