Finance

New Phishing Scheme Tries to Exploit Personal Information by Mimicking Employer

March 15, 2016
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New Strain of Fraud Targets W-2s Through CEOs and CFOs Attorney General George Jepsen, Department of Revenue Services (DRS) Commissioner Kevin B. Sullivan and Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) Commissioner Jonathan A. Harris are warning consumers about a new W-2-themed phishing scheme that targets employees and even Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) in an attempt...

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911 Tax Relief To Pay Ct Customers Restitution Will Stop Selling In Ct

February 28, 2016
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DCP SETTLES WITH 911 TAX RELIEF AND OFFERS TIPS FOR THOSE WITH IRS DEBT The Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection has settled with 911 Tax Relief, LLC regarding deceptive advertising. DCP is pleased to announce that 911 Tax has agreed to not advertise in Connecticut, not take any more Connecticut customers, and pay restitution...

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Valentine’s Day Tips for Merging Finances

February 11, 2016
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By LowCards.com Financial planning may not be as romantic as flowers and a fancy dinner on Valentine’s Day, but it could bring more peace and happiness into your relationship. Money is the leading cause of stress and arguments in marriage, so having a financial plan can reduce stress and create a better environment for...

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Federal Waivers Could Make Health Insurance In Connecticut More Accessible, Affordable

January 25, 2016
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Federal Waivers Could Make Health Insurance In Connecticut More Accessible, Affordable

By Cara Rosner Health insurance coverage might be more accessible and affordable in Connecticut if the state applied for certain Affordable Care Act and Medicaid waivers, according to advocates who say the options should be explored. Two waivers in particular—Affordable Care Act (ACA) Section 1332 and Medicaid Section 1115—would let the state disregard certain...

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