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Taxes

  1. Are Credit Card Rewards Taxable?

    Are Credit Card Rewards Taxable?

    For the most part, you will not have to worry about your smaller amount rewards getting caught up in the IRS. Overall, cash back rewards do not need be reported because they are considered a discount, not reportable, taxable income.

  2. What to Do If You’re Audited

    What to Do If You’re Audited

    Last year, the IRS processed over 134 million tax returns. Of those returns, only one million were selected for an audit. Your chances of being selected are slim, but everyone is at risk of an audit. Audits are time-consuming and stressful, and many people don’t know how to proceed.

  3. 10 Smart Ways to Use Your Tax Refund

    10 Smart Ways to Use Your Tax Refund

    You may have already started dreaming about ways you could use your refund dollars. But before you start spending, take a step back and consider if there are other ways you can use your refund to improve your financial standing. Learn more from these 10 smart ways you can use your tax refund.

  4. 4 Tax Scams to be Aware of in 2018

    4 Tax Scams to be Aware of in 2018

    Every year, thieves and scammers come up with new ways to take advantage of people during tax time to steal their refunds or identity. However, there are some steps you can take to protect yourself. Here are some of the most common tax scams and how to spot the warning signs early.

  5. 5 Overlooked Tax Benefits for Millennials

    5 Overlooked Tax Benefits for Millennials

    As a recent graduate, making ends meet can be tough. Between rent, student loan payments, and utilities, there’s not much left over for anything else. The idea of owing the government even more during tax season can be terrifying.


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