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    2. IRS to test video visits with preparers to curb tax credit errors

      The Internal Revenue Service is being urged to pilot test virtual visits with paid tax preparers through videoconferencing technology as a way to reduce the number of errors in claims for refundable tax credits in a new government report. The , released Thursday by the Government Accountability Office, noted that the pandemic and staffing shortages have reduced the IRSs ability to visit tax preparers in person this past year to educate ...
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    3. Hobby-related scams on the rise - NewsBreak

      Hobby-related scams on the rise - NewsBreak
      During the pandemic, new hobbies became a fun way to keep busy and stay connected. Many people have stuck with them, but now fraud is a growing concern as hobby-related scams are on the rise. The scams are happening in person or through social media. Scammers are gaining peoples trust then trying to sell them something, take their money and never deliver the promised product. Think of hobbies that include ...
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    4. What the wealthy can fear from a new IRS rule on $600 payments

      What the wealthy can fear from a new IRS rule on $600 payments
      What the wealthy can fear from a new IRS rule on $600 payments A new law that requires cash apps and online marketplaces including Venmo and eBay to send tax documents to millions of Americans is ensnaring a surprising demographic: the wealthy. Under the rule, e-commerce and digital payment platforms that transfer money from a buyer of goods or services to a seller must issue the recipient a Form 1099-K ...
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    5. Prepping for the next phase of stimulus fraud probes

      Prepping for the next phase of stimulus fraud probes
      Take this as a cautionary note, C-suite financial executives: We are now living through version 2.0 of COVID-19 stimulus related investigations. Federal authorities appear to be operating under a strong mandate to ferret out perceived fraud and abuse in the oft-confusing world of COVID-19 stimulus programs, and they are no longer going after only the low-hanging fruit.
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    6. Looming Price Hikes on Food Set to Hit Americans This Fall

      Looming Price Hikes on Food Set to Hit Americans This Fall
      In its effort to contain inflation , the Federal Reserve has launched what many expect to be an ongoing series of interest rate increases, which are already taking a toll on stock and housing markets, with job losses likely to follow. As weary as Americans have become from paying record high gas and grocery prices, however, another round of price hikes is making its way through the food supply chain and ...
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    7. New college grads targeted by scammers

      New college grads targeted by scammers
      As new college graduates are navigating many life changes, scammers are eager to take advantage of their inexperience. The Better Business Bureau recently offered a few to help new grads avoid common scams. Know the terms of your student loans. One of the most common ways scammers target college graduates is with fake loan forgiveness opportunities.
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    8. Have you received a call from a number you

      Have you received a call from a number you
      (BPT) - Have you received a call from a number you think you should know or recognize? Phone scams are only successful if a potential target answers the call so the scammer can initiate a conversation. Using advanced technology, scammers modify how phone numbers appear on your caller ID to trick you into answering. According to the Better Business Bureau (BBB), 'neighbor spoofing' is a popular scam strategy that makes it ...
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    9. ‘Scams and garbage’: Crypto crash is just the prelude

      ‘Scams and garbage’: Crypto crash is just the prelude
      Earlier this month, a collapse on the scale of the largest crashes in recent history rocked markets. The Nasdaq stock exchange fell by almost 30% in one week, and the market capitalisation of cryptocurrencies simultaneously fell by 50%. Hundreds of billions of dollars were wiped out in just seven days. Since then, there has been no recovery. The crash centred on speculative tech stocks and cryptocurrencies, which tumbled in price ...
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    10. What if You Come Up Short in Retirement? - FEDweek

      What if You Come Up Short in Retirement? - FEDweek
      What if, at retirement, you find out that your retirement income will not be enough to let you continue to have the standard of living that you enjoyed before retirement? Many financial planners suggest that you shoot for 80% of your pre-retirement income after you have retired. This 80% number comes primarily from the fact that, in retirement, you will not be paying payroll taxes (e.g., Social Security, Medicare ...
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    11. How To Avoid Being Scammed When Buying Jewelry Online

      How To Avoid Being Scammed When Buying Jewelry Online
      Ever wanted to buy your jewelry on the internet? If so, then there are a couple of things that you might need to keep in mind when purchasing it. After all, the internet is a place that is full of scam opportunities from people looking to make a quick buck off your misfortune. Some people might sell you something that is completely different or wrong, and others might try to ...
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    12. 'He's Taken Just Shy of $100,000': Vacation Rental Scams Are Heating Up, Know the Warning Signs to Avoid a Burn

      'He's Taken Just Shy of $100,000': Vacation Rental Scams Are Heating Up, Know the Warning Signs to Avoid a Burn
      With the first day of fast approaching, you might be dreaming of sand and sun, ready tofind the perfect rental property for your next vacation. It might seem like the hardest part is figuring out where to go and how to allocate your budget, but the truth is, there's something else waiting to ruin your well-deserved relaxation: a vacation rental scam.
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    13. Making Cryptocurrencies More Mainstream Via Enhancing Global Cryptocurrency Crime Investigations

      Making Cryptocurrencies More Mainstream Via Enhancing Global Cryptocurrency Crime Investigations
      Investigators can take advantage of cryptos benefits in unearthing the immutable proof of transactions stored on the blockchain by resourcing it specifically, but federal law enforcement often has the resources and knowledge. This means that local law enforcement is no longer in charge of crypto-related offenses, resulting in a massive backlog at the federal level.
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    14. Why customer trust is crucial in digital banking and how to make customers trust

      Why customer trust is crucial in digital banking and how to make customers trust
      Surprisingly, despite entrusting their life savings to financial institutions, only 43% of customers feel banks care about their long-term financial well-being, according to reports. In todays increasingly computerized world, client loyalty is more dependent on trust. With pandemics driving customers to rely on digital channels, banks are under even greater pressure to persuade customers that they can be trusted to conduct increasingly broader and more complex financial transactions.
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    15. Wages up to $147,000 are currently taxed for Social Security. How that could change

      Wages up to $147,000 are currently taxed for Social Security. How that could change
      Wages up to $147,000 are currently taxed for Social Security. How that could change Golibtolibov | Istock | Getty Images Taxing the wealthy is a big topic in Washington these days. President Joe Biden recently proposed in his 2023 annual budget a so-called billionaire minimum income tax that would increase levies on the countrys wealthiest households.
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