Up to 100 million taxpayers, representing two-thirds of all returns, would not be able to file their income tax papers until “late in March of 2013, or even later,” unless Congress takes action related to the Alternative Minimum Tax, or AMT.
U.S. consumers filed 36,403 complaints between July 21, 2011 and September 30, 2012, against lenders, servicers and other companies for mortgage loan-related issues, with Bank of America recording the most complaints by a sizable margin.
Plenty of uncertainty about higher taxes for potential borrowers this Jan.1 helped fuel a jump in mortgage applications last week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
The Consumerist website was a bit surprised to hear from someone who had ordered 1 iPad from Best Buy, and received 5 iPads by mistake, all neatly pack in one box.
Residents in California, Texas and Pennsylvania should be aware: If you’re shopping on Amazon.com this holiday season, look out for a sales tax.
Student loan terms that were eased by President Obama during his first term was part of the rationale used by Mitt Romney in explaining his defeat to fund-raisers and campaign donors.
Here’s a new twist on the every-expanding mobile payments market. Use your smart phone to turn your American Express “membership rewards points” into mobile gift cards.
Now that his re-election is behind him, President Obama may take care of some unfinished business on the housing-market front that could affect millions of “underwater” borrowers whose mortgages exceed the value of their homes.
In last night’s presidential debate, the highly sensitive topic of tax deductions from mortgage interest and other expenses resurfaced when the moderator asked GOP Candidate Mitt Romney to clarify his position.
Walmart and American Express have launched Bluebird, a prepaid, reloadable card that offers mobile and smart-phone functionality and no recurring fees.