27th Jun 2014

One of the most often things we hear from someone in trouble with the IRS is, “I never got any notices” or “What happens if I just don’t open my mail, can the IRS still file a lien against me?”  … more

 From WCYB.com and CNNMoney on June 19, 2014 For adult children, the death of a parent is a fraught experience. Adding to the stress: the unwelcome surprise that mom or dad died with big debts. Who is on the hook … more

25th Jun 2014

From Investment News’s Minda Smiley on June 20, 2014. Turns out there’s proof that money doesn’t solve all problems. Family dynamics and complex financial circumstances are often complicated by increased wealth, the 2014 U.S. Trust Insights on Wealth and Worth … more

21st May 2014

From Jerry Lynch at CNBC, May 19, 2014 I grew up listening to “American Top 40 Countdown” almost every Sunday. Casey Kasem has a very distinguished voice and listening to some great music was always a good time. Now, he has a … more

1st May 2014

By Cameron Huddleston If you get an email that appears to be from the IRS and claims that there is a problem with your 2013 tax return, do not respond. It’s the latest scam to surface this tax season. Scammers … more

from PC Magazine Heartbleed has us all scared, given that one itty bitty piece of code has left everyone’s log-in information potentially (there are no confirmed malicious uses as yet) up for grabs. So what is a person to do? Well, … more

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Social Security Administration is suspending a program in which thousands of people were having their tax refunds seized to recoup overpayments that happened more than a decade ago. Acting Social Security Commissioner Carolyn W. Colvin said … more