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The extension of the tax cuts signed into law recently by President Obama include a few money-savings for voters.
When you buy a new passenger vehicle this year, you may be entitled to deduct state and local sales and excise taxes.
A new law that went into effect Nov. 6 extends the first-time homebuyer credit five months and expands the eligibility requirements for purchasers.
Buyers who have owned their current homes at least five years are eligible, subject to income limits, for tax credits of up to $6,500. First-time homebuyers _ or people who haven't owned homes in the previous three years _ can get up to $8,000.
One thousand dollars may be waiting for teleworkers someday, if some DC area congressmen have their say.
Benefit checks of most federal/postal retirees shrunk this month and Washington is playing the blame game to determine who is responsible. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says it'll be the IRS, OPM or the lame duck Congress, almost for sure.