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Month: November 2021

Don’t Fall for Fake Charities

With the passage of Thanksgiving, Americans are shifting into gifting mode. For many, that means giving a holiday monetary gift to a well-deserving charity of one sort or another.… Read more about Don’t Fall for Fake Charities (Feed generated with FetchRSS) – Story provided by TaxingSubjects.com…

IRS Notices CP08 and CP09

Now that the IRS is putting the wraps on the last installment of the Advance Child Tax Credit payments for 2021, some taxpayers who didn’t apply for other credits might get a reminder to do a little extra checking.… Read more about IRS Notices CP08 and CP09 (Feed generated with FetchRSS) – Story provided by TaxingSubjects.com…

Stay Safe on Cyber Monday

Cyber Monday traditionally closes out the busiest holiday shopping weekend of the year, which sees Americans swarming stores and crawling websites for post-Thanksgiving sales. Despite predictions of fewer in-person shoppers and eye-popping deals, there’s no doubt that consumers want to get the best bang for their buck.… Read more about Stay Safe on Cyber Monday (Feed generated with FetchRSS) – Story provided by TaxingSubjects.com…

IRS Issues ACTC Deadline Reminder

The Internal Revenue Service is making a pitch about the Advance Child Tax Credit payments that smacks of the spiel for sale pricing from used car dealers: “When it’s gone, it’s gone!”… Read more about IRS Issues ACTC Deadline Reminder (Feed generated with FetchRSS) – Story provided by TaxingSubjects.com…

Tax Relief Expanded in Mississippi

In October, we told readers about IRS relief measures that applied to some 19 Mississippi counties impacted by Hurricane Ida. That relief has now been expanded to add 63 other counties, covering the… Read more about Tax Relief Expanded in Mississippi (Feed generated with FetchRSS) – Story provided by TaxingSubjects.com…