Managing your money properly doesn't have to be time-consuming.
Keeping a copy of your tax return? Mandatory. Keeping it on paper? Silly.
A new study by a federal agency found that 17 of the 19 paid tax preparers it looked at made mistakes on tax returns.
Hey, procrastinators, your time is running out. Take a minute to be sure you're not making one of these embarrassing (and potentially expensive) errors.
Don't let changes to tax laws or your income ambush you. Be sure you're up to speed on these lurking surprises.
Haven't started your taxes yet? You're not alone. Here's some advice that will make procrastinating a bit less painful.
Still haven't filed your tax return? Take precautionary measures to reduce the likelihood of your refund being stolen.
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