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While the case isn’t getting as much attention as gay marriage, the financial impact could be measured in billions.
In some countries, taxes are virtually automatic: No need to hire anybody or spend hours with forms and receipts. But not here, and the company behind TurboTax is spending millions to keep it that way.
Despite a government warning that hotels may be breaking the law by hiding fees, many are still tacking on $30-a-night extra charges.
A federal appeals court ruled creditors can’t demand Social Security benefits be used to repay debts in Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
The government just expanded its refund fraud-targeting program to all 50 states.
A new anti-foreclosure program beginning July 1 will make it easier for people behind on payments to get a loan modification.