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Tax Refunds May Be Issued During Government Shutdown

Vice President Pence announced today that the IRS would issue tax refunds during the government shutdown. The Wall Street Journal reported this earlier today, but it’s unclear what the legal justification would be. Speculation (by the Journal) is that the … Continue reading

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Charter users who didn’t get promised speeds will get $75 or $150 refunds

Enlarge (credit: Getty Images | tazytaz) Charter has agreed to pay $62.5 million in refunds to more than 700,000 customers to settle a lawsuit filed by the New York state attorney general's office, which alleged that Charter defrauded customers by … Continue reading

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Over 130,000 injured vets are owed big tax refunds

For 25 years, a computer glitch at the Department of Defense taxed non-taxable disability severance payments, resulting in hundreds of thousands of veterans overpaying their taxes. The disability payments to veterans injured in combat are tax-free. However, the Defense Department’s … Continue reading

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TaxMama’s TaxQuips Big Refunds for Disabled Vets

Today TaxMama® wants to tell you how disabled vets might be eligible for IRS tax refunds going back as far as 1991. Unbelievable? But true!         Dear Friends and Family, We all know that you cannot get … Continue reading

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Falsely Inflated Refunds Ranks Sixth on IRS “Dirty Dozen” for 2018

The Internal Revenue Service has warned taxpayers to be alert to unscrupulous return preparers touting inflated tax refunds. According to the IRS, these scam artists frequently prey on older Americans, low-income taxpayers, and others with promises of big refunds. These … Continue reading

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