Are You “Facebook Friends” With The IRS?

The IRS, Your Taxes, and Social Media How many people like the IRS? According to Facebook, it’s more than 50,000! If you regularly use social media outlets to stay in touch with friends and follow people or businesses that you find interesting and relevant, consider adding the Internal Revenue Service as part of your social…
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A Cluster Of Northern States Have Had Tax Incomes Rise

New Study Shows Milestone in Economic Recovery The U.S. economy has been slowly climbing out of the effects of the Great Recession, but new milestones suggest that we are finally turning the corner toward full recovery. A recent study by The Pew Charitable Trusts noted one such milestone. In a majority of states, inflation-adjusted state…
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Are You Working For Free On Leap Year Day?

by Jeff Hoyt, MoneyTips Editor-in-Chief What strange event happens every four years? No, it’s not the Presidential race — although “strange” certainly sums up the 2016 race nicely. We are thinking more about Leap Year. February 29 falls on a Monday this year, making it just another workday for most people. Do you get paid…
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6 Best Online Stores For Full Refunds

Buying anything online can frustrate even the best shoppers because you cannot look at an item in person or try it on before making your purchase. Luckily, many online stores have adopted amazing return policies that eliminate the concern of needing to try before you buy. Some stores offer free return shipping or a lifetime…
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Do We Trust Big Banks?

Exclusive MoneyTips Survey Reveals the Answer It’s popular to blame big banks for the problems within America’s financial system, but does that blame turn into lack of trust with our money? If we don’t trust big banks to hold our money, what are our alternatives? A recent MoneyTips survey dove into America’s banking habits and…
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