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    WITH a default can potentially come a repossession, with every state following different rules. To avoid getting your vehicle repossessed, here are six tips to keep in mind as reported by MSN. 1These six tips can help you avoid repossession 1: Keep in touch with your lender It is important to constantly update your lender on your current situation. Document all communication and keep every record to ensure safety. Lenders also prefer having their customers pay off their car loans instead of having to repossess vehicles, so constantly talk to them and see what can be done. Prepare all documentation and make sure to be polite and firm while conversing with your lenders. Read More on Car HacksBRUSHING UP Driver's hack to clean car seats in 15 minutes using two simple household itemsNOT KIDDING I’m a mum-of-4, here are my best hacks for car rides & keeping seats clean 2: Loan modification Lenders do not want to repossess a customer's vehicle, as it brings them inconvenience as well. They have to first charge off the remaining loan,...
    STUDENT loan payments have been frozen for more than two years, but will start again on May 1. There are more than 44million Americans with outstanding student loan debt, and the average borrower owes more than $30,000. 1Missing a loan payment can have serious and long-lasting repercussions When payments restart in May, borrowers will once again need to make regular payments or face the consequences. But what consequences, exactly? Here's what happens if you miss a student loan payment, and how you can make up for it. What happens when you miss a federal student loan payment In short, missed payments come with serious repercussions. READ MORE ON STUDENT LOAN REPAYMENTOUT OF THE RED Full list of jobs that qualify for student loan forgivenessBROKEN PROMISES Joe Biden's stance on student loans during his presidential campaign The exact damage depends on how overdue the payment is, and whether you missed a federal or private loan repayment. Federal loans have standardized consequences, so you're facing the same penalty whether your lender is Sallie Mae or Aidvantage. One...
    THE suspension of specific notices by the Internal Revenue Service could stir trouble for taxpayers, who may well end up owing money without them knowing. This year's tax season has got off to a rocky start, troubled with backlogs of tax returns from last year. 1The temporary suspension of specific notices by the IRS could stir trouble for taxpayersCredit: Getty The Covid-19 pandemic caused major staffing issues at the IRS, creating an unprecedented number of unprocessed tax returns and payments. As of December 4, 2021, the government agency had 6.7million unprocessed individual returns. Due to the backlog, the IRS began sending taxpayers some automated letters that were inaccurate. In response, the IRS announced the suspension of mailing out specific notices, mainly letters warning taxpayers of unfiled tax returns or overdue tax payments. The complete halt of the letters could mean those who owe money or are required to file a previous year's tax return may end up unaware of their situation, resulting in interest and penalties piling up. related tax refund storiesTAX GRAB THE penalty for not filing a federal income tax return with the...
    CASH-STRAPPED taxpayers have only one day left to apply for plus-up payments worth up to $1,400. Americans that are eligible for the stimulus boost must submit their tax returns by December 31, according to the IRS. 2Americas have just one day left to apply for the payments to receive up to $1,400 in paymentsCredit: Getty The payments will be sent out to those who received a stimulus check based on their 2019 tax return or information obtained from the Social Security Administration. To be eligible for the plus-up payment, you must have earned less in 2020 versus 2019. For example, if something changed on your 2020 tax return - such as a loss of income or you added a dependent - you may be entitled to receive a check. To get the stimulus cash, Americans must file their tax return as soon as possible. The IRS will not issue plus-up payments beyond the December 31 deadline. It normally takes around two weeks for officials to process your application, but you may be lucky if you submit your tax return. Most read in MoneyFESTIVE...
    CASH-STRAPPED taxpayers have only two days to apply for plus-up payments worth up to $1,400. Americans that are eligible for the stimulus boost must submit their tax returns by December 31, according to the IRS. 1Applications for plus-up payments worth up to $1,400 must be submitted by December 31, according to the IRSCredit: Getty The payments will be sent out to those who received a stimulus check based on their 2019 tax return or information obtained from the Social Security Administration. To be eligible for the plus-up payment, you must have earned less in 2020 versus 2019. For example, if something changed on your 2020 tax return - such as a loss of income or you added a dependent - you may be entitled to receive a check. To get the stimulus cash, Americans must file their tax return as soon as possible. The IRS will not issue plus-up payments beyond the December 31 deadline. It normally takes around two weeks for officials to process your application, but you may be lucky if you submit your tax return. Most read in...
    THERE are just five days left to sign up for $1,400 plus-up stimulus payments or risk missing out on the cash. The IRS' plus-up stimulus payment deadline is quickly approaching with less than a week to go before the New Year. 1Americans could miss out on a $1,400 plus-up stimulus payment if they don't take action by next weekCredit: Getty Images - Getty The payments are part of the American Rescue Act, signed by President Joe Biden in March. Under the legislation, some Americans may receive a $1,400 payment if they’re eligible for a plus-up check. The plus-up payments will be sent out to those who received a stimulus check based on their 2019 tax return or information obtained from the Social Security Administration. To be eligible for the plus-up payment, you must have earned less in 2020 versus 2019. For example, if something changed on your 2020 tax return - like you made less money or added a dependent - you may be eligible for the plus-up payments. TAKE ACTION BEFORE DEADLINE Americans looking to score a surprise stimmy need to act quickly because the...
    AMERICANS have just six days left to sign up for $1,400 plus-up stimulus payments or risk missing out on the cash. The deadline for the IRS' plus-up stimulus payment is quickly approaching less than a week before the New Year. 1Americans could miss out on a $1,400 plus-up stimulus payment if they don't take action by next weekCredit: Getty The payments are part of the American Rescue Act, signed by President Joe Biden in March. Under the legislation, some Americans may receive a $1,400 payment if they’re eligible for a plus-up check. The plus-up payments will be sent out to those who received a stimulus check based on their 2019 tax return or information obtained from the Social Security Administration. To be eligible for the plus-up payment, you must have earned less in 2020 versus 2019. For example, if something changed on your 2020 tax return - like you made less money or added a dependent - you may be eligible for the plus-up payments. TAKE ACTION BEFORE DEADLINE Americans looking to score a surprise stimmy need to act quickly because the IRS has a December 31...
    AMERICANS could miss out on a $1,400 plus-up stimulus payment if they don't take action by next week. The deadline for the IRS' plus-up stimulus payment is quickly approaching less than a week before the New Year. 1Americans could miss out on a $1,400 plus-up stimulus payment if they don't take action by next weekCredit: Getty The payments are part of the American Rescue Act, signed by President Joe Biden in March. Under the legislation, some Americans may receive a $1,400 payment if they’re eligible for a plus-up check. The plus-up payments will be sent out to those who received a stimulus check based on their 2019 tax return or information obtained from the Social Security Administration. To be eligible for the plus-up payment, you must have earned less in 2020 versus 2019. For example, if something changed on your 2020 tax return - like you made less money or added a dependent - you may be eligible for the plus-up payments. TAKE ACTION BEFORE DEADLINE Americans looking to score a surprise stimmy need to act quickly because the IRS has a December 31 deadline for issuing the...
    AMERICANS have just THREE WEEKS to get their hands on a "surprise" plus-up stimulus payment of $1,400. Those feeling the pinch are being urged not to miss the deadline and make sure they register in time to get the extra check. The IRS is continuing to issue "plus-up" payments to people who received stimulus checks lower than the sum they should have received - but this will stop at the end of the year. A third payment was automatically sent to people who didn't file a return but received Social Security retirement, survivor or disability benefits, Railroad Retirement benefits, Supplemental Security Income or Veterans Affairs benefits. Some tax-payers whose income was lower in 2020 than 2019 are eligible for the "plus up" payment. The same goes for anyone who claimed an elderly or disabled dependent on their taxes in 2020. But checks will end on December 31, meaning there are just three weeks left to register. The easiest way to do this is to provide a 2020 tax return. Most read in The US SunCASHING IN Fourth stimulus check update – Millions could be in line for $1,000...
    CONCERN is growing in Washington as the US slowly approaches the $28.4 trillion debt-ceiling limit leaving chances of a fourth $2,000 stimulus check in the balance. Many Americans are expressing similar anxiety as they fear being unable to receive their benefits. 2Many Americans are hoping the debt ceiling extension could mean another stimulus check in the futureCredit: Getty Originally believed to block the upcoming bill to block an extension for the debt limit, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says Republicans could support one. “This will moot Democrats’ excuses about the time crunch they created and give the unified Democratic government more than enough time to pass standalone debt limit legislation through reconciliation,” said McConnell in a statement. The announcement comes after both parties were deadlocked for months on the debt limit.  Many hope the extension could mean the potential for another stimulus check at the federal level. In an effort to boost the economy during the coronavirus pandemic, the Biden Administration passed the nearly $2trillion American Rescue Plan which included three stimulus check payments.  Americans have been hoping for...
    The word "taxes" is seen engraved at the headquarters of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in Washington, D.C., U.S., May 10, 2021.Andrew Kelly | Reuters There's an important deadline approaching for the self-employed, small business owners, gig economy workers, investors and other filers on Sept. 15. Because income taxes are pay-as-you-go, filers without withholdings must make estimated payments four times every year, and Sept. 15 is the last call for the third quarter. Someone with an adjusted gross income below $150,000 may avoid penalties by handing over at least 90% of their 2021 taxes or 100% of 2020 levies by each quarterly deadline, including Sept. 15, 2021, and Jan. 18, 2022. "This, of course, is merely an estimate as the year is still ongoing," said Thomas Scanlon, certified financial planner and certified public accountant at Raymond James in Manchester, Connecticut. The pandemic negatively affected millions of Americans' livelihoods in 2020, so it's possible paying 100% of last year's taxes won't be enough to cover liability for 2021. More from Personal Finance:IRS had a backlog of nearly 8 million paper business...
    CASH-STRAPPED Americans could miss out on an extra stimulus check despite the surge in Delta coronavirus cases that has hit the country. Around 120,000 daily infections were recorded on average last week but a fourth payment still remains unlikely. 2A fourth stimulus check doesn't appear likely despite the rise in Covid infectionsCredit: Getty Joe Biden appears to be prioritizing the child tax credit rollout expansion. Payments were sent to around 36million homes and parents with kids under six will receive a stimulus boost of $300 per child. Monthly checks will be sent to families in September, October, November, and December. Last month Biden touted that the child tax credits will continue but failed to specify how long they would be rolled out for. Unemployment fell from 5.9 percent to 5.4 percent as more than 900,000 jobs were added to the labor market in July, according to Yahoo Finance. Most read in MoneyMORE MONEY New payment 'to arrive THIS WEEK' from IRS & be deposited in bank accountsCASH COMING August child tax payment date revealed telling parents when money is availablePUSH...
    INTER MILAN have MISSED their latest payment as part of the deal to sign Romelu Lukaku with Manchester United demanding 'compensation', according to reports in Italy. The Serie A giants signed the Belgian striker, 27, in a £73million deal in 2019. 3Corriere dello Sport have claimed Inter Milan have missed a payment as part of the 2019 deal brining Lukaku from Man Utd, with the Old Trafford side demanding 'compensation' 3Romelu Lukaku joined Inter in 2019 for a £73m fee, with the Italians claimed to still owe £43m having allegedly missed a recent £4.3m instalmentCredit: Reuters Inter Milan are claimed to have £43m of that figure still to pay. Corriere dello Sport have now alleged the San Siro side have missed an agreed upon bonus payment, worth around £4.3m. Under the terms of the initial Lukaku deal, it's alleged Inter must now pay the remaining £43m fee in full or accept United's request for compensation. According to the report in Italy, Man Utd have told Inter they're willing to waive the outstanding balance in return for one of their star...
    A COUPLE missed out on a £182million Euromillions jackpot after their regular numbers came up - but their ticket payment didn’t go through. Rachel Kennedy, 19, and Liam McCrohan, 21, from Herfordshire were “absolutely heartbroken” when they realised their usual numbers had come up, but they had won nothing. 7Rachel Kennedy, 19, and Liam McCrohan, 21, from Herfordshire missed out on a £182million Euromillions jackpotCredit: Instagram/Rachel Kennedy 7Because Rachel’s account did not have the right funds, the payment for her ticket hadn’t gone throughCredit: Instagram/Rachel Kennedy 7The pair of students had been playing the winning numbers for five weeks in a rowCredit: Instagram/Rachel Kennedy The couple, both students, had played the winning numbers of 6, 12, 22, 29, 33, 6 and 11 for five weeks in a row before all seven digits appeared in Friday's draw. Rachel's account was set up to automatically buy a Euromillions ticket with her usual numbers but because her account did not have the right funds, the ticket payment did not go through. The business student at Brighton University told The Sun: “I went on...
    HERE'S the reason why some Americans could miss out on their $1,400 relief payments after filing taxes early. Filing 2020 taxes early my prevent eligible taxpayers from receiving their full, third round of stimulus checks worth $1,400, according to reports. 4Filing 2020 taxes early my prevent eligible taxpayers from receiving their full, third round of stimulus checksCredit: Getty Images - Getty 4Stimulus checks worth $1,400 could arrive in bank accounts as early as next monthCredit: Getty Images - Getty Completing the yearly task sooner than later may also reportedly prevent Americans from getting any stimulus check in the near future. When the Internal Revenue Service determines how much relief money a taxpayer will get, the most recent tax return is used. Therefore, Americans or essential businesses who made more money in 2020 will likely want to hold off on filing their taxes, according to Yahoo! Finance. Anyone who may have lost their job or made less of an income in 2020, might be eligible for a larger relief check by putting in their tax return before a third round of...
    THE clock is ticking to get your hands on a stimulus check worth $1,200, or $2,400 for couples and $500 for kids under 16. Some people who haven't filed a recent tax return need to register to get the payment - and there's just three days left to do that, or risk missing out on the cash. 1Millions of Americans have received a stimulus payment this yearCredit: Getty Images - Getty Stimulus checks, officially know as the Economic Impact Payment, are handed out by the IRS to help people financially in the wake of the coronavirus crisis. Millions of Americans have received the cash since April and a second check is expected too. But there are almost nine million people who may still have a stimulus check to claim. Anyone who didn't file a federal tax return in 2019 and who hasn't received the first check is being urged to register so they don't miss out on the money. Non-filers need to register online with the IRS by 3pm on Saturday November 21. Originally the deadline was October 15 but...
    Nearly 9 million Americans are at risk of missing out on a stimulus check for as much as $1,200 due to incomplete IRS and Treasury Department records, Fox Business Network reports. As many as 8.7 million could lose out on the checks, which were meant to help alleviate the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic, the Government Accountability Office reported this week, in its third report on the CARES Act passed by Congress and President Donald Trump earlier this year. The report found that although Treasury and the IRS have made attempts to fix the issues with distributing the checks, the organizations continue to "lack updated information on how many eligible recipients have yet to receive these funds," and "the lack of such information could hinder outreach efforts and place potentially millions of individuals at risk of missing their payment." Most Americans who wont receive a check are those who did not file a tax return, and thus do not receive federal benefits, and therefore didnt have information on file with the IRS about their annual income, which was used...
    Apple has banned Fortnite from the App Store for violating store policies, and Epic is rallying players against the iPhone maker in part by telling them they could miss the game’s upcoming season if Apple doesn’t change its rules. “Because Apple has BLOCKED your ability to update, when Fortnite Chapter 2 – Season 4 releases you will NOT be able to play the new Season on iOS,” Epic said in a blog post titled “#FreeFortnite.” Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 4 is scheduled to begin on August 27th. If nothing changes between Apple and Epic by then, that means the game’s many iOS players will lose out on the chance to play Fortnite’s next major update in just a couple weeks. New seasons typically introduce a significant amount of content, such as unique skins, notable changes to the game’s ever-evolving map, and gameplay features like drivable cars. If you downloaded the latest version of Fortnite from the App Store before Apple pulled it, you shouldn’t have problems playing the game right now, Epic says. And if Fortnite is still off...
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