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Episode 53: What's the best way to maximize your tax refund? Join us for an answer to thsi question and more - it's guaranteed to be interesting!!
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"I'll pay you back when I get my refund check" is probably the most famous line in the history of court t.v. !
Are you balling in Feb. and then broke by June ? Do people really get big tax refund checks & then blow it on something dumb or is this just a myth ?
Also, we all like a little celebrity gossip here & there but when a celebrity is labeled demonic or belonging to a secret society, etc. is that another way to bring them down ? And can it also put them in danger ? I'll tell you about a court case that involved a singer, death, a major court ruling, & "demonic " accusations.
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Today is the infamous "Tax Day". Have you filed your taxes or at least your extension? If you received a refund, what now? Debbi will talk about filing your taxes within the law and what to do with that refund now that you have it. Even if you already have plans for your refund, you should listen to this show. Debbi will share one tip that every taxpayer should know. See you soon!
The Internal Revenue Service opened the 2014 filing season Jan. 31, and taxpayers have until April 14 to file their tax returns. The IRS expects to receive more than 148 million individual tax returns this year, with more than four out of five returns being filed electronically. About three out of four filers typically get refunds, and last year, the IRS reports that taxpayers received an average refund of $2,755.
Have you given any consideration to how you’ll file your tax return? If you’re expecting a refund, how will you use your tax refund? Will you treat yourself to a major purchase, such as a new TV? Or will you finally start that emergency savings account that you’ve been promising yourself?
On today’s episode of Your Money, Your Matters, we’ll talk about how to prepare for tax season, including what documents you’ll need to complete your return; reviewing any life changes that might affect your tax return, and considering any year-end tax moves that could reduce your taxable income. We’ll also address how to protect yourself from identity theft this tax season. Join radio personalities Linda Webb-Manon and Rick Grady, Cornerstone Credit Union League; Courtney Moran, Cornerstone Credit Union Foundation, and Todd Mark, Consumer Credit Counseling Services as we explore the options.
Your Money. Your Matters is a weekly show broadcasting every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to noon CST. The program examines financial issues of most importance to consumers. Tune in; share your thoughts; or gain helpful advice.
Topic of the day: The things people do with their income tax refund at the beginning of the year....Why do people mess themselves up in JULY and wait on income tax in FEBRUARY? Why do people post pictures of themselves with money only through the months of Jan-thru April...Shanny D has new cash and trash for the new year....Quamane has a bitch have a seat that will blow your mind! and the HOT TOPICS section will be off the chain....Tune in now and listen.
Hello all and welcome to the Cheap Cheetah Money Show. Today we are talking about good ways to spend your tax refunds. Most of you have already files your taxes and gotten your money from your taxes but the question is what did you do with the money?? Here are some suggestions of what you should have or should do with this years tax return..... If you have any good money saving tips and suggestion call in the day of the show or visit me in my chat room. Have a great Cheap Cheetah Day...
The Internal Revenue Service opened the 2013 filing season Jan. 30, and taxpayers have until April 15 to file their tax returns. The IRS expects to receive more than 147 million individual tax returns this year, with about 75 percent projected to receive a refund.On today’s episode of Your Money, Your Matters, we’ll talk about how to make the most of your tax refund. Having you given any consideration to how you’ll use your tax refund? Will you treat yourself to a major purchase, such as a new TV? Or will you finally start that emergency savings account that you’ve been promising yourself?Join radio personalities Rick Grady and Linda Webb-Mañon, Texas Credit Union League; Todd Mark, Consumer Credit Counseling Services, and Courtney Moran, Texas Credit Union Foundation, as we explore the options. The four will also continue the discussion on how to protect yourself from identity theft this tax season, as well as share tips on how to prepare for tax season, including what documents you’ll need to complete your return; reviewing any life changes that might affect your tax return, and considering any year-end tax moves that could reduce your taxable income. Your Money. Your Matters is a weekly show broadcasting every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to noon CST. The program examines financial issues of most importance to consumers.Tune in; share your thoughts; or gain helpful advice.
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