The agency prefers direct deposit, but it will offer debit cards to taxpayers without bank accounts.
H&R Block's inability to provide the loans this year is good news for consumers. Why pay enormous fees to get your own money?
Taxpayers who didn't have enough withheld because of the Making Work Pay credit will have to pay up when they file.
Forgo retirement savings. Skip filing your taxes. Cheat a nonprofit. Are these 'advisers' for real?
The IRS stops aiding and abetting tax preparers in making high-interest loans to those who can least afford them.
Use your tax refund to help pay for an energy-efficient home improvement this year and get a juicy tax credit next year.
You can call, but the IRS would rather you checked online.
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