Since you're paying more for gas, maybe it's time to save on another expensive part of the driving experience.
These scams and others like them depend on people making impulsive decisions. A little knowledge may help you think twice.
From writing messages on your lips to selling blood, these days there's almost no limit to the ways you can turn a buck.
Tax refunds are the only windfall many people ever see, and there's a big temptation to blow it all on something fun. There are better ideas.
There's no surefire way to avoid the nightmare millions of taxpayers fear: an IRS audit. But there are a lot of ways to reduce the risk.
Taxes are complicated and you're in a hurry, a recipe for error. Mistakes happen -- but avoid the obvious ones to maximize the money and minimize the wait.
According to the IRS, Uncle Sam misses out on $450 billion every year because of honest mistakes and dishonest taxpayers. Just who are the cheaters?
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