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Here’s What to Know about Tax Scams so You Can Avoid Them

Thieves are constantly working to steal people's identity and personal data so they can use it to fraudulently file tax returns and claim refund money that isn't theirs. Thieves also impersonate the IRS just to steal taxpayers' money. Here are a few things you should know so you don't fall victim to these scams: First, the [...]

Help Wanted? Businesses That are Hiring Should Know about the Work Opportunity Tax Credit

This article was published by the IRS. Businesses hanging up their Help Wanted signs should be sure to check out the work opportunity tax credit. This credit encourages employers to hire workers certified as members of any of ten targeted groups facing barriers to employment. The credit has been extended through the end of 2025. The [...]

Preparing for Disasters

It's important to think about hurricanes, tornadoes, and other disasters so you're prepared in case they happen. This includes safeguarding your tax forms and other financial records. First, you could take advantage of electronic record keeping. See if you can receive your bank statements and related documents by email. For paper documents such as W-2s and [...]

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