Tax Scams And Government Impostor Schemes During COVID-19

Scams to watch out for COVID 19
Have you encountered scams during COVID-19? In any emergency, a certain number of bottom-feeding scammers come out of the woodwork to cheat hurting people out of relief money, mortgages, and more. In the age of coronavirus relief, financial bailouts, and government stimulus checks, it’s important to be vigilant about your personal data and how you respond to unsolicited calls, texts, social media...
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United States Coronavirus Tax Relief

coronavirus tax credit 2020
Are you in search of coronavirus tax relief? In March of 2020, Congress passed the $2.2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Considered the largest economic relief bill in American history, the package includes a wide variety of bailout funds for businesses and individual workers including Economic Impact Payments from the government that function as refundable tax...
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Start Contributing to a Roth IRA If You Aren’t Already

Start contributing to a Roth IRA before it's too late.
You may want to start contributing to a Roth IRA if you aren’t already — it make sense following the enactment of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
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4 in 5 Households Will Get a Tax Cut in 2018

Four out of five U.S. households will get a tax cut as a result of the legislation that President Donald Trump signed into law today.
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List of Financial Documents to Keep (and for How Long)

List of Financial Documents to Keep (and for How Long)
The time after Christmas is a popular time to clean house. But unfortunately gift wrapping paper isn’t the only kind of paper you need to attend to. You should also consider throwing away certain financial papers. The year is nearly over. And although 2015 is nearly here, our society isn’t yet paperless. Chances are you still have a filing cabinet – or two or two – brimming...
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