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If your paychecks aren't the kind with deductions for taxes, you already know that the standard financial advice doesn't fit your situation. Here are some tips that may make things easier.
If you owe the IRS money, ads claiming that you can get the debt forgiven can be tempting. But be careful: Many make it seem as if you're dealing with the government when you're not.
We've just passed the halfway point for 2013. Now's the best time to check in on the financial goals you set in January.
Are you ready for tax season? Make the process smooth this year by getting the necessary documentation together now.
Would it be wrong to expect the middle class to pay higher taxes to help reduce the federal debt?
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