What You Should Know Before You Pay Taxes With A Credit Card

It is hard to beat the convenience of a credit card for purchases, but does that same convenience make it worth paying your taxes by credit card? It might, but that depends on several factors involving money and time. “Your credit card is usually a high-interest option, but it is an option,” opines Betterment Head…
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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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4 Ways To Pay The IRS At The Deadline

Waiting until the last minute to pay your taxes can cost you if you are expecting a refund, since the government hangs on to your money and receives more interest on it. However, if you owe money to the government, that same principle applies to you. Why not wait until the last minute? There is…
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How Many Americans Cheat On Taxes?

Have you ever cheated on your taxes? If so, you are in the minority – but you aren’t alone, either. A new Credit Karma survey finds that 6% of American taxpayers have knowingly cheated on their taxes. The real total may be higher, since the survey only captures those who are willing to admit it.…
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4 Ways To Deal With A Tax Bill You Can’t Pay

Instead of enjoying a tax refund this year, you are surprised to find that you owe Uncle Sam. Even worse, you do not have the money to pay these surprise taxes. What can you do? One thing you definitely do not want to do is ignore the tax bill. That will only make your situation…
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