04/05/2013
Buying on the secondary market can be useful for non-season ticket holders, occasional fans, or those making a last-minute decision to head to the ball park. But how do you know if the tickets are real?
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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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03/18/2013
The Army’s popular tuition assistance program is being suspended because of the budget squeeze, although the thousands of soldiers enrolled in courses will be allowed to complete those courses.
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03/13/2013
Military Saves Week is over, but you can still sign a pledge and start a savings plan. Saving money should be a year-long practice for service members and their families.
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03/13/2013
Have you ever bought something online and clicked the box that says “accept” without having any idea of what you’re actually accepting? Or maybe you looked at the fine print but it didn’t make any sense.
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03/13/2013
A new virus called the “FBI Green Dot Moneypack Virus” is surfacing on the internet.
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