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What You Need to Know About the New 2020 W-4 Form

What You Need to Know About the New 2020 W-4 Form

By Charlestien Harris You may not be aware, but the IRS Form W-4 has changed. A W-4 form provides information to your employer so that they can determine how much to withhold from your paychecks. This will ensure that the IRS collects federal income tax from you in an...
What to Do If You Are A Victim of Financial Fraud

What to Do If You Are A Victim of Financial Fraud

By Veronica Baxter According to credit agency Equifax, identity theft is the most common form of financial fraud. A victim’s personal information is stolen in order to access existing credit and bank accounts and to open new credit accounts. This article will explain...
Tax Time is Savings Time

Tax Time is Savings Time

By Charlestien Harris It’s that time again, tax preparation season.  The IRS’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program offers free basic tax return preparation to qualified individuals.  The VITA program has operated for over 50 years, offering free tax help...
Make a Pledge to Save

Make a Pledge to Save

By Janie Ginocchio We’ve recently talked about taking advantage of a new savings opportunity in Arkansas by using split direct deposit for state tax refunds, and in previous blog posts we’ve talked about making a New Year’s resolution to save as well as best practices...
Beware of Gift Card Scams during the Holidays.

Beware of Gift Card Scams during the Holidays.

By Charlestien Harris Gift cards are a popular and convenient way to give someone a gift. They’re also a popular way for scammers to steal money from you, because gift cards are like cash. If you buy a gift card and someone it wasn’t intended for uses it, you probably...