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That delay could force anxious taxpayers to have to wait longer to get their refunds. But there are ways you can act now to get at some of the money you'd otherwise have to wait to receive. In the following video, Dan Caplinger, The Motley Fool's
Thanks to the 16-day shutdown of the federal government, the IRS says that the 2014 filing season will be delayed by about one or two weeks. The agency says it needs enough time to test its processing systems. The season was expected to start Jan. 21.
A Treasury investigator says the Internal Revenue Service has paid out more than $110 billion in tax credits over the past decade to people who didn't qualify for them. The Earned Income Tax Credits were intended for poor working families. In a
CNN Contributor Bob Greene is a best-selling author whose 25 books include "Late Edition: A Love Story"; "Duty: A Father, His Son, and the Man Who Won the War"; and "Once Upon a Town: The Miracle of the North Platte Canteen." (CNN) -- So, when can we
Those eligible for refunds generally look forward to getting a check from the government sometime during the spring. Some may even count on the refund to meet a financial need or even to take a vacation...You don't have to tell that to an estimated
This blog sacbee.com Web June 25, 2013 Three El Dorado County women have been indicted in a nationwide a $60 million fraudulent tax refund scheme...District Court in Sacramento, Teresa Marie Marty of Pollock Pines, Rebecca Bandera-Marty of Shingle
Embattled actor Chris Tucker has moved to tackle his spiralling tax debts by paying off a $1 million (£625,161) chunk of his large bill. The Rush Hour star owes a reported $12 million (£7.7 million) to America's Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the
Tax preparation giant H&R Block, embarrassed by a filing glitch this tax season that contributed to a delay in refunds for hundreds of thousands of clients, is offering up a refund of its own with a $25 gift credit card to those affected. A letter
In fact, after doing some digging, we're pretty sure you'd be better off filling out your tax forms in crayon than sitting on your hands and letting the IRS have at you. There's simply no hiding from the IRS," says Odysseas Papadimitriou, CEO of
00 am The Internal Revenue Service has released its annual dirty dozen list of top tax scams, highlighting schemes that have proliferated during the current tax season and detailing the ramp-up of its efforts to fight fraud.