By Steve Ahlquist on January 27, 2017
Rhode Island residents who make $54,000 a year or less may be entitled to an earned income tax credit as well as free tax preparation.
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By Russ Conway on May 1, 2014
“A properly functioning democracy depends on an informed electorate,” said Thomas Jefferson. Well, at least that’s what Mike Stenhouse of the RI Center for Freedom & Prosperity tells us. Problem is, that doesn’t sound at all like Jefferson, and I can’t find any reference with a primary source attributed to that quote.* If Rhody’s Littlest […]
By Libby Kimzey on February 16, 2012
Today the IRS released its annual “Dirty Dozen” ranking of tax scams, reminding taxpayers to protect themselves against a wide range of schemes, from identity theft to return preparer fraud. IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman advises, “Scam artists will tempt people in-person, on-line and by e-mail with misleading promises about lost refunds and free money. Don’t […]