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10 smart moves to make after filing your taxes

Posted by Diana Burrell on Apr 23, 2018 9:22:34 AM

Most Americans start thinking about tax preparation shortly before April 15, the traditional date tax returns are due to the IRS. 

I was one of those Americans. I was always making a vow that next year’s tax season would go easier because this year was the year I’d get my tax act together. But then, you know…life. The next thing, it was the following April and there I was again, tearing around the house like a whirling dervish, frantically looking for a wayward 1099. It struck me a few years ago: the best time to prepare for next year’s season? The days after tax returns are due, when my head is in the game and I’ve got taxes on my mind.

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Topics: Money Management, Taxes

10 great ways to spend a tax refund

Posted by Hanscom Federal Credit Union on Apr 20, 2018 7:07:00 AM

*This publication is only intended to be used for general informational purposes. Consult a tax professional for the most current data and/or personal advice.

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Topics: Savings, Taxes

Enjoy a Faster Tax Return with Payday Perqs

Posted by Patti Conty on Jan 19, 2017 2:01:20 PM

Are you ready for tax season? The IRS is. They accept 2016 tax returns beginning January 23.

The majority of us – about 70% – will get a refund. Whether you use yours to pay down debt, boost your savings, or spend it on a vacation, that payment could be the largest one-time sum you receive all year.

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Topics: Money Management, Taxes, Hanscom FCU

Tax Time: 4 Steps to Organize Before You Begin

Posted by Hanscom Federal Credit Union on Jan 7, 2016 3:26:40 PM

Compiling everything you need in order to prepare your federal income taxes is often a bigger challenge than actually doing them. Though the process of locating forms and documents may feel overwhelming, it really just requires knowing what you need and an organized approach to hunting and gathering.

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Topics: Taxes

How to Get an IRS Tax Lien Off Your Credit Report

Posted by Hanscom Federal Credit Union on Nov 13, 2015 6:00:00 AM

One facet of credit reporting rules that probably causes more hand-wringing than any other is the removal of paid negative listings. Or rather, the lack of removal. If you’re like most people, you feel it’s logical that once you have paid off an item like a delinquent credit card, collection account, or judgment that it would be taken off your report. However, that generally hasn’t been the way credit reporting laws have operated. Paid-off negative items can stay in your credit file for the full amount of time allowed by law even after you have paid them.

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Topics: Taxes, security

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