What To Do If You Fall Victim To Tax Identity Theft

When your identity is stolen, you have so many potential issues to deal with — changing passwords, closing accounts, dealing with fraudulent charges, and placing fraud alerts with the credit bureaus — that you may forget about potential tax fraud. Armed with your personal information, identity thieves can file a fraudulent tax return in your…
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How To File Your Social Security Appeal Online

Was your Social Security claim denied by the Social Security Administration (SSA)? It is your right to appeal the decision, and now you have an even easier method of doing so. As of December 10, 2016, the SSA allows you to file an appeal online for both medical and non-medical issues to dispute adverse actions…
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Tax Breaks You Can Get For Taking Care Of Aging Relatives

Caring for an elderly relative can be rewarding, but incredibly difficult – as well as expensive. However, it may be possible to recoup some of the costs through income tax savings. There are three general approaches to tax savings on elder care costs – declaring your elderly relative as a dependent to receive an exemption,…
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Understanding Your W-2 Tax Forms

Every direct employee of a company receives a W-2 form in January. The W-2 is the base document that defines your tax obligations, so it is important that you review and understand yours. However, some people are confused by some of the form’s numbers — for example, why the wage listed on a W-2 form…
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