Tax day can be tough for everyone. Either you realize you've been giving the government too much money all along or you owe money this year. Luckily, some businesses are here to make the day a little more enjoyable.
I read an article once that mentioned teaching our children to be on the lookout for motorcycles. It suggested that the fascination many young children have with motorcycles could present the perfect opportunity to teach them to see motorcycles more frequently as adults.
As renters, we never consider what will happen to our belongings in the case of a disastrous event. Many who live in rental properties are unaware that their belongings are not covered by the insurance policies purchased by their landlord. The property owner’s policy will only cover the cost of repairing the structure in the event of a disaster and will not contribute to the replacement of any of the personal items of the tenant.
The Internal Revenue Service announced today that unclaimed federal income tax refunds totaling more than $1 billion may be waiting for an estimated 1 million taxpayers who did not file a 2013 federal income tax return.
In October of 2016, Craig received notice from his health insurance provider that his 2017 insurance premium would more than double.
Almost daily we're hearing about some malicious attempt to fool people into giving up their information.
Phone scams lead the list of potential scams during tax season, according to the IRS. Callers generally bully the victim into paying by threatening arrest, deportation or license revocation. These scammers even alter their caller ID numbers and information to make it look like the IRS is calling. They have official-sounding titles and fake badge numbers.