04/11/2013
Believe it or not, there was a time when there was no Internet. Using the job-hunting techniques people used back then will still work today.
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04/11/2013
If your family is the unfortunate victim of a home burglary, you will need to submit proof of the stolen property to your insurance company.
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04/11/2013
The problem has become so bad that last year, the Federal Trade Commission created a contest to help it come up with a new way to block illegal robocalls.
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04/11/2013
The problem has become so bad that last year, the Federal Trade Commission created a contest to help it come up with a new way to block illegal robocalls.
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04/11/2013
Don’t be fooled by a new wave of fake phone calls. Scammers are posing as an employment agency and fooling job hunters into parting with personal information.
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04/04/2013
You get a letter in the mail that appears to comes from a government agency. It’s really a private business, and it promises to get your property taxes reduced by disputing your tax assessment.
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04/04/2013
The Dirty Dozen listing is compiled annually by the IRS and lists a variety of common scams taxpayers can encounter anytime during the year. Many occur at alarming rates during tax season.
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04/04/2013
While you’re spring cleaning your house, putting away the sweaters and mulching the flower beds, think about “spring cleaning” your smartphone or tablet, too.
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03/18/2013
As if fumbling with confusing numbers and complex forms weren’t “taxing enough, submitting your 1040 is even more stressful when you’re worried about an audit.
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03/18/2013
A new phishing scam is making the rounds disguised as a consumer complaint notification from the FTC. If you receive it, just hit “delete.”
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