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FAQ for Tax Transcript Cycle Code 20151501 thru 20151505

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FAQ for Tax Transcript Cycle Code 20151501 thru 20151505 We were getting so many questions regarding the Tax Transcript Cycle Codes that we decided to split them up by week. This will make the topics easier for you to read and comment on. Tax Transcript Cycle Code Chart   You need to view the following file and check for a cycle code and 846 Refund Issued Code. To order your transcript click here! PLEASE NOTE! If you cannot access your Tax Transcript yet, you can estimate your refund date by viewing the Estimated Tax Refund Schedule here! Tax Resource Links H&R Block Customer Service (payments team) 1-877-859-7950 TurboTax Customer Service 1-800-414-5644 5:00 AM – 5:00 PM PT (Monday – Friday) IRS 800-829-1040 Jackson Hewitt 800-234-1040 Jackson Hewitt®smartcard Customer Service at (866) 518-4722 Find Your Local Tax Office Are You Experiencing a Financial Hardship Due to a Delayed Refund? If you are experiencing economic harm, believe an IRS system or procedure isn’t working as it should, or are seeking help in resolving tax problems that have not been resolved through normal channels, you may be eligible for Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) assistance. You can reach them at 1-877-777-4778 or TTY/TTD …

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Don’t Be Fooled by Scholarship and Financial Aid Scams

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Scholarship and Financial Aid Scams on the Rise Need money for college? Doesn’t everybody? With tuition bills skyrocketing, and room and board going through the roof, students and their families are looking for creative ways to finance a college education. Unfortunately, in their efforts to pay the bills, many of them are falling prey to scholarship and financial aid scams. According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation’s consumer protection agency, unscrupulous companies guarantee or promise scholarships, grants or fantastic financial aid packages. Many use high pressure sales pitches at seminars where you’re required to pay immediately or risk losing out on the “opportunity.” Some unscrupulous companies guarantee that they can get scholarships on behalf of students or award them “scholarships” in exchange for an advance fee. Most offer a “money back guarantee” – but attach conditions that make it impossible to get the refund. Others provide nothing for the student’s advance fee – not even a list of potential sources; still others tell students they’ve been selected as “finalists” for awards that require an up-front fee. Sometimes, these companies ask for a student’s checking account to “confirm eligibility,” then debit the account without the student’s consent. Other companies …

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Avoid Government Job Scams

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There is Never a Fee to Apply for Government Jobs When it comes to federal and postal jobs, the word to remember is free. Information about job openings with the U.S. government or U.S. Postal Service is free and available to everyone. Applying for a federal or postal job also is free. Federal agencies and the U.S. Postal Service never charge application fees or guarantee that someone will be hired. But that hasn’t stopped scam artists from trying to make money off of people looking for federal or postal jobs. These scammers advertise in the classified sections of newspapers or online and offer — for a fee — to help job seekers find and apply for federal and postal jobs. Some even try to hoodwink people by using company names that sound like federal agencies, like the “U.S. Agency for Career Advancement” or the “Postal Employment Service.” Some con artists trick people into paying money by falsely claiming that job openings are available in their area. For example, they may place an ad for a postal job in your town. You call and are told you qualify — you just need to pay for study materials to ensure a high …

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Employers Beware of Fake Invoice Scam


Avoid Fake Invoice Scam Do you work at a doctor’s office? A nonprofit? How about a church, retirement home, or small business? Then you might be interested to hear that the FTC has stopped some scammers targeting businesses and organizations like yours. Here’s how the schemes worked, according to the FTC: Businesses with names like “American Yellow Group,” “American Yellow Corporation,” or “Medical Yellow Directories” would send bills with the well-known “walking fingers” logo to small businesses and nonprofits all over the U.S. The charges — several hundred dollars’ worth — were for supposed listings in business directories.

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FTC Shuts Down Diploma Mill Operators in Florida

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Diploma Mills Shut Down by FTC The principal owners of two Florida-based online diploma mills are permanently banned from marketing and selling academic degrees under settlements with the Federal Trade Commission. Alexander Wolfram and IDM Services, LLC, and Maria Garcia have settled charges that they deceived consumers into enrolling in their programs by claiming they could obtain “official” and accredited high school diplomas and use them to enroll in college, apply for jobs, and “receive the recognition [they] aspire for in life.” The defendants also fabricated an accrediting organization to give legitimacy to their diploma mill operation, according to the FTC’s complaint. Doing business as “Jefferson High School Online” and “Enterprise High School Online,” defendants led consumers to believe that those who passed their online multiple-choice exam and paid between $200 and $300 could obtain legitimate high school diplomas. The defendants claimed that their online test was styled like the GED test. On Sept. 16, 2014, a U.S. district court judge signed a temporary restraining order to halt the deceptive practices and freeze the assets of the defendants. In addition to permanently shutting down their operation, the settlements also prohibit the defendants from making misrepresentations in connection with the marketing …

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CTIA-The Wireless Association® Statement After the FCC Vote on the Open Internet Proceeding

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The following statement should be attributed to CTIA-The Wireless Association® President and CEO Meredith Attwell Baker: “The FCC’s Net Neutrality decision was disappointing and unnecessary: consumers across the U.S. have – and will always have – access to an open mobile Internet. By ignoring the fundamental differences in wireless networks and disregarding the intense competition throughout the mobile ecosystem, the FCC abandoned a long-standing policy framework responsible for fostering America’s world-leading wireless industry. 

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