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2017 Tax Refund Payment Delays Likely According to the IRS – Continuing 2016 Trend

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It looks like we may have a repeat of 2016 tax refund payment delays millions of American’s faced (and are still facing) this year. The IRS recently warned that there will likely beĀ 2017 tax refund delays (for 2016 taxes due by April 15, 2017) for certain taxpayers subject to several new factors and legislation enacted […]

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Has my Financial and Personal Information Been Compromised if I used TurboTax, H&R Block or Tax Act?

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There has been a lot of publicity of late around electronic security breaches with a focus on tax software related breaches. The majority of peopleĀ file their taxes electronically and with tax returns containing your most sensitive personal information it is no surprise that hacking or compromised data that leads to identity theft and other online […]

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Thank You American Express Fraud Protection Security Service

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When checking my mail this morning, I saw an email from the American Express Account Security Group notifying me that I had received a suspect charge of $113.40. The card they were referring to was my back-up American Express Blue Cash Everyday(SM) Card from American Express card that I haven’t used it in a while […]

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