Tax Refunds: IRS Delays Hold Up Money For Millions Of TaxpayersWhile the IRS sent out two stimulus checks and updated the Child Tax Credit this year, it's falling short of its core mission of servicing American taxpayers.
2019 Tax Return Delays Costing Taxpayers MillionsIt's the end of 2020, but some people still haven't gotten their tax refunds from 2019. The delay is costing taxpayers millions of dollars.
Cook County Owes $79 Million In Unclaimed Property Tax Refunds; Do You Have Money Coming?Cook County might owe you thousands of dollars, and all it takes is an Internet connection to get it back.
I Owe How Much? Americans Shocked By Impact Of New Tax LawThe nonpartisan Tax Policy Center projected the tax law would reduce individual income taxes by about $1,260 on average, although it benefits higher earners more.
More Than 130,000 Injured Vets Due Big Tax Refunds Thanks To Computer GlitchThe government is now trying to help veterans or their survivors recover these old overpayments, each of which is expected to result in refunds of $1,750 or more.
Cost Cutter: Tax Refund Can Pay Off BillsThe most important bill to pay with your refund? Your credit card.
Be Smart: Use Your Tax Refund WiselyYou've got a hefty check headed your way, thanks to your tax refund. Don't spend it just anywhere. Instead, here are five smarter ways to use your refund money.
Invest That Tax Refund In YourselfWhat is your largest asset? It's your ability to earn a living!
Identity Thieves Targeting Tax RefundsChicago is among the top five cities for refund-related tax ID theft. In this original report Dorothy Tucker takes a look at how easy it is to become a victim and what you can do to protect yourself.
How To Spend Your Tax RefundThe best part of paying your taxes is probably getting your refund check.
Owe A Fine? City May Target Tax Refunds To Pay ThemThe City of Chicago is targeting state tax returns to recoup some of the millions of dollars in unpaid parking and red-light camera tickets.
Guilty Pleas In Scam To Steal Tax Refunds There are guilty pleas from two women who stole taxpayer IDs to claim hundreds of thousands of dollars in refunds for themselves.