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GOP Tax Plan

the Republican-controlled tax plan that is expected to impact millions of Americans in an attempt to overhaul the current tax system. 

Everyone has the right to ask for their score. A credit score is simply a number that represents a calculation of one’s creditworthiness. It's important to note that while everyone is entitled to request their credit score from consumer reporting agencies, it is not free. However, some lenders will provide the score free of charge.
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The latest advice from the IRS states any taxes filed without a complete disclosure of the health insurance status of an individual will result in the taxes being blocked or suspended without additional information being supplied.
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Tax Credits for those that qualify can reduce the amount consumers may owe the IRS each year. One of the main benefits of Tax Credits is that it can boost your tax refund. Unlike a tax deduction, which reduces your taxable income, Tax Credits could directly put money in filers pockets at tax time.
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A credit freeze is also known as a “security freeze.” It allows you to place restrictions on your credit report, making it more challenging for identity thieves to open new accounts in your name. A credit freeze on your account prevents thieves from opening new accounts using your information because creditors must see your report before approving a new account.
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It has been estimated that a one trillion gap exists between the amount of money that is promised to workers in the future and how much money those pension funds have, and some experts have said the gap could be as much as three times that size. 
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Medicare has fairly strict rules on when you can get into and out of your plan. Open Enrollment, which runs from October 15 to December 7 of each year. Changes that are made during Open Enrollment take effect on January 1st of the following year.
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An Offer in Compromise (OIC) is a longstanding program that was put in place by the IRS aimed towards helping individuals eliminate tax debt burdens that are too large for them to pay back. It is a consideration that is only allowable under certain circumstances.
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