This week: 7 cheaper versions of your favorite products, CEOs saving the world, understanding taxes, de-frazzling the family and tips for newly single men.
Some do-it-yourself tax-filing software companies charge procrastinators higher rates, a practice known as “price surging.”
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What to do with that new (Obamacare) tax form, remaking your career in your 50s and 60s, the problem with cheap clothes, the credit score gender gap and the lightning-fast pace of credit card fraud.
More potentially bad news for taxpayers: Those who file their taxes electronically through free programs should be especially cautious this year.
The IRS says the breach of its “Get Transcript” system affected about 390,000 more taxpayers than first thought.
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