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Lawmaker exposes unclaimed refunds

Apr 15, 2009
The government is sitting on millions of dollars in uncollected tax refunds. Bill Radke talks to Los Angeles Congressman Brad Sherman, who explains how he's using his Web site to make his constituents aware of what they may be owed.
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Why people cheat on their taxes

Apr 14, 2009
With Tax Day fast approaching, Kai Ryssdal speaks with behavioral economist Dan Ariely about why some people are tempted to cheat on their taxes and what can be done about it.
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I-bonds vs TIPS

Apr 13, 2009
Question: I have the opportunity to buy $10,000 worth of I-bonds this year, or $10,000 worth of TIPS in an IRA account. Which is better--or is it...
Posted In: Investing, retirement savings, Taxes
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I-bonds for Roth?

Apr 10, 2009
Question: I was told by my bank that it is not possible to put I-Bonds in my Roth IRA. If not, why not? I want to make a contribution that will not...
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Day in the Work Life: Taxpayer advocate

Apr 10, 2009
Believe it or not, the IRS actually employs someone to watch out for the best interests of the taxpayer. On this week's "Day in the Work Life," we meet Nina Olson, a national taxpayer advocate.
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Getting rid of escrow

Apr 9, 2009
Question: My mortgage (with GMAC) has an escrow element tied to it. Every year, the amount collected exceeds the amount needed for the tax payment,...
Posted In: Housing, Taxes
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Demystifying tax law changes

Apr 3, 2009
Quite a few modifications to tax laws have resulted from President Obama's stimulus plan and housing credit. Tax analyst Mark Luscombe explains what the changes mean for those who have not yet filed returns.
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How did the tax code get so dense?

Apr 2, 2009
The big tax deadline is a few weeks away, and the calls for IRS forms and schedules have gotten louder. Steve Chiotakis talks to economics correspondent Chris Farrel about how tax code got so complicated in the first place.
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Tobacco users cough up more to smoke

Mar 31, 2009
A new federal tobacco tax will make it more expensive for smokers to buy their cigarettes. Money from the tax increase will be used to expand health insurance coverage to kids from low-income families. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
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Tax havens come clean ahead of G-20

Mar 31, 2009
Ahead of the G-20 summit, the British government is trumpeting a crackdown on tax evaders from certain countries. But some of the biggest tax havens may be found in the countries doing the whining. Stephen Beard reports.
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