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Why Tax Refunds May Be Smaller in 2023 01/30/2023 07:00pm • Last year's tax refunds were supersized for many families. Economic impact payments, an increased child tax credit and expanded eligibility for other tax breaks helped boost the average refund to $3,039 in 2022, a 7.5% increase from the year before. Now, many pandemic-related enhancements to tax cre Tax Write-Offs You Shouldn't Overlook 01/30/2023 07:00pm • With all the tax law -- and life -- changes over the past few years, it's easy to overlook tax breaks that could be worth hundreds of dollars or more. Several popular breaks from expanded pandemic benefits have expired or returned to regular levels, but the good news is the IRS announced some new on 2 IHG Rewards Credit Cards Debut Bigger Sign-Up Bonuses 01/30/2023 07:00pm • Two of the three IHG Rewards credit cards have new sign-up bonuses -- and one is the card's highest-ever points offer. The bonuses became available Jan. 26 on the co-branded cards issued by Chase. Consumers who regularly spend at IHG hotels and resorts, such as Holiday Inn, Staybridge Suites and Ho Treasury to increase borrowing amid debt ceiling standoff Treasury to increase borrowing amid debt ceiling standoff 01/30/2023 04:26pm • WASHINGTON (AP) The Treasury Department said Monday it plans to increase its borrowing during the first three months of 2023, even as the federal government is bumping up against a $31.4 trillion limit on its legal borrowing authority. The U.S. plans to borrow $932 billion during the January-to- DC has $1.95M to compensate Drizly drivers DC has $1.95M to compensate Drizly drivers 01/30/2023 02:20pm • The D.C. Office of the Attorney General has announced a $1.95 million compensation fund for certain Drizly drivers, as part of a settlement with the company over allegations that tips meant for drivers werent paid. The compensation is available to any eligible Drizly driver who made delive For Trump, Georgia election case just one of many legal woes For Trump, Georgia election case just one of many legal woes 01/30/2023 12:07pm • An investigation in Georgia on efforts by Donald Trump and his allies to overturn his 2020 election defeat is one of a number of cases that pose legal problems for the former president. A judge in Atlanta is weighing arguments on whether to release a special grand jury's report expected to include r After Tesla price cut, Ford follows suit with Mustang Mach-E After Tesla price cut, Ford follows suit with Mustang Mach-E 01/30/2023 11:50am • DETROIT (AP) Ford is cutting prices on its Mustang Mach-E electric SUV by as much as $6,000 just weeks after market leader Tesla took similar steps. The Detroit automaker is increasing production of the Mach-E this year and said it is taking advantage of streamlined costs to reduce prices across In Israel, disposable plastics trigger culture war, test PM 01/30/2023 09:28am • JERUSALEM (AP) On Idit Silmans first day as Israels new environmental protection minister, she handed out soft drinks in disposable plastic cups to hospital patients. The gesture held deep symbolic meaning in Israel, where soft drinks and single-use cups, plates and cutlery have become wea UK's Sunak defends handling of ethics breaches in government 01/30/2023 08:44am • LONDON (AP) British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak defended his record on integrity and decisiveness Monday, amid criticism of the way he has handled ethics scandals involving senior Conservatives. Sunak said he acted pretty decisively to fire party Chairman Nadhim Zahawi on Sunday after the g Taxes slow India's solar power rollout but boost manufacture Taxes slow India's solar power rollout but boost manufacture 01/29/2023 11:02pm • BENGALURU, India (AP) In May last year Fortum India, a subsidiary of a Finnish solar developer, won the bid for a solar power project in the state of Gujarat. The project was due to be completed three months ago and would have generated enough electricity for 200,000 homes. But like many other What Is a 1040 Tax Form and How Does It Work? 01/29/2023 07:00pm • The 1040 tax form is the one most people use for filing taxes. It's not the easiest to understand, though. Form 1040 received an overhaul and revamp in 2018 designed to make it shorter and less confusing. But many experts say it didn't work out that way. "The IRS tried to reduce the form to postcard ETF vs. Index Fund: The Difference and Which to Use 01/29/2023 07:00pm • In 1976, the late founder and chairman of Vanguard Group, John "Jack" Bogle, upended Wall Street's fund managers by launching the first commercially viable index mutual fund, called the First Index Investment Trust. This low-cost vehicle provided investors with exposure to the returns of the S&P Have Buyer's Remorse With Your Home? Here's What to Do 01/29/2023 07:00pm • Caveat emptor -- buyer beware -- is a well-known phrase in real estate. It refers to instances when buyers must take caution and be smart with their money. If you throw caution to the wind, you could end up regretting your decision. Buyer's remorse isn't uncommon. According to an October survey from How to Claim the Saver's Credit 01/29/2023 07:00pm • Low- and moderate-income workers who save for retirement in a 401(k) plan or individual retirement account could qualify for the saver's credit. This retirement savings contributions credit can be claimed in addition to any tax deduction you earn by contributing to a traditional retirement account. How Are Unemployment Benefits Taxed? 01/29/2023 07:00pm • When millions of Americans lost their jobs during the pandemic and filed for unemployment benefits, Congress gave them a temporary break -- they could exclude up to $10,200 of their benefits for tax year 2020. But that break lasted only for one year and unemployment benefits went back to being fully
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