How to Manage Stimulus Money

Many have started receiving their stimulus checks over the past few days, while others are about to get them any day now. But what should you do with the money once you get it? In the current state of uncertainty with this pandemic, financial experts suggest first taking care of your bills, putting food on the [...]

Financial Tips for the End of the Year

As we approach the end of 2020, it is the perfect time to assess your current financial situation. Here are five areas to focus on this week during the last few days of the calendar year: Assess Your Goals. If you have a financial plan, this is the perfect time to determine what you accomplished, as [...]

Avoid Phishing Emails

This video was published by the IRS. More than 90% of identity thieves and data breaches start with a phishing email. Phishing scams pose as a trusted company, maybe your bank, a favorite retailer, your tax software provider, or your state tax agency - even the IRS. Here's one way to recognize a scam: a phishing [...]

Special $300 Tax Deduction Helps Most People Give to Charity This Year – Even If They Don’t Itemize

This article was published by the IRS. The Internal Revenue Service is reminding taxpayers of a special new provision that will allow more people to easily deduct up to $300 in donations to qualifying charities this year. Following special tax law changes made earlier this year, cash donations of up to $300 made before December 31, [...]

Owe Taxes But Can’t Pay?

This video was published by the IRS. Are you putting off filing your tax return because you owe money but can't pay? You shouldn't. The IRS can help you if you're having trouble paying all the taxes you owe at once. But you must take action. Here's what you need to do. Before the April deadline, [...]

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