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Economic Stimulus

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The AARP Fraud Watch Network Is on Your Side

Your stimulus payments are a top target

   

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Don’t Toss Out Your Stimulus Payment With the Junk Mail

Watch for IRS prepaid debit cards in plain envelopes

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12 Myths About Stimulus Checks

Get the facts about the coronavirus relief payments

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Should I Pay My Taxes With a Credit Card?

In rare cases, the rewards points might be worth it

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My Dead Relative Received a Stimulus Check.

The IRS says you must return it. Here's how.

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Unsure About Your Economic Stimulus Debit Card?

Look for mail from the U.S. Treasury that explains

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Managing Your Finances

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10 Ways to Lower Summer Electric Bills

Generate big savings with little effort

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Do You Have Too Much Insurance?

Save money by reviewing and pruning policies

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How to Protect Yourself From Fraud

Frank Abagnale advises how to fight scams

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Clock Is Ticking on $1.5 Billion in Unclaimed Tax Refunds

Time runs out July 15 to file for 2016 refund

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How Long Do You Have to Keep Tax Records?

For many, just 3 years — for others, practically forever

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Take Control of Unplanned Expenses

Create a step-by-step action plan


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