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Links

Here are some websites we think you might find useful and interesting.

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Check your State Refund


Financial Sites

Current Exchange Rates

This link will help you chart the dollar against any foreign currency

Mortgage, Bank, Lending, and Interest Rates

This site will give you the most up-to-date information on constantly fluctuating rates

Money Magazine

Check stock quotes, and track the day's financial news

MSN Money

A great source of information for your personal finance needs. Get access to quotes, stock research, and news

Market Watch by Dow Jones

CBS Marketwatch provides links to financial news, stock quotes, IRA resources, stock picks and more

Travelex - Foreign Exchange

Foreign currency exchange. Travelex has competitive exchange rates and traveler's cheques

Government Sites

Social Security Administration

Social Security Administration administers retirement, medicare, disability and other benefits

U.S. Small Business Association

Programs and services to help you start, grow and succeed

U.S. Department of Commerce

U.S. Department of Commerce

Federal Citizen Information Center

A catalog of Free and low-cost federal publications that may be of interest to you. Also contains a lot of important consumer information

Tax Information Sites

IRS

The IRS website has many great tax resources for you

IRS W4 Form

This form is used to determine federal income tax withholding

IRS W9 Form

The Form W-9, Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification, serves two purposes. First, it is used by third parties to collect identifying information to help file information returns with the IRS.

New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department

The Taxation and Revenue Department, charged with the task of collecting tax dollars and distributing them according to state law, answers to the Governor as part of the executive branch of state government.

New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions

The New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions is a World-Class, market-driven workforce delivery system that prepares New Mexico job seekers to meet current and emerging needs of New Mexico businesses.

Miscellaneous Sites

New York Times

A good source for national and world news

Consumer World

Giving consumers reviews and knowledge for almost everything and anything you could purchase

ABC's of Real Estate

Great knowledge if you are buying, selling or mortgaging your home

Yodlee

Yodlee is an aggregator of your bank accounts, reward programs, and a lot more. View all your accounts and your financial portfolio all in one place

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News

NTA Blog: Affordable Care Act Estimators - The Taxpayer Advocate Service Provides Self-Help Tools to Assist Taxpayers With Complex Affordable Care Act Requirements

With the open enrollment period for the Health Insurance Marketplace beginning November 1st, it is the appropriate time to remind taxpayers and preparers of the various Affordable Care Act (ACA) es...

NTA Blog: Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)- TAS Study Finds Informing Taxpayers Can Help Avert Future Noncompliance

Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC): TAS Study Finds that Sending an Informative, Tailored Letter to Taxpayers Who Appear to Have Erroneously Claimed EITC Can Avert Future Noncompliance Taxpayers can c...

NTA Blog: IRS policy weakens requirements for penalties

IRS Administrative Policy and Recent Litigation Weaken Supervisory Approval Requirement for Penalties In the past, I’ve written extensively about penalties – touching on topics ...

Assistance available for taxpayers impacted by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria

Puerto Rico Taxpayer Advocate Service offices are temporarily closed due to the effects of Hurricane Maria. The local Puerto Rico office will remain closed for business through Fr...

NTA Blog: Tax Reform

Tax Reform: Hope Springs Eternal This Fall The next few weeks and months are shaping up to be an exciting time for advocates of tax reform. To be sure, the details of a tax reform...

Installment Agreements (IAs): Adopting National Taxpayer Advocate Recommendations Could Assist the IRS to Ensure Taxpayers Enter IAs They Can Afford

Previously, I discussed my concerns about installment agreements (IAs) and the study TAS Research conducted on IAs. Today I will discuss the recommendations I have made to the IRS to a...

TAS office closures affected by Hurricane Irma

Some Taxpayer Advocate Service offices were temporarily closed due to the effects of Hurricane Irma. As of Monday, September 18, 2017, all TAS offices in Florida are currently open for business. He...

Installment Agreements (IAs): TAS Study Finds Taxpayers Enter IAs They Cannot Afford

In this and next week’s blog, I will discuss my recent Most Serious Problem on Installment Agreements (IAs) and the corresponding Research Study that was published in my 2016 Annual Repor...

The IRS’s Position in Mescalero Apache Tribe v. Commissioner Raises Concerns About the IRS’s Commitment to Taxpayer Rights

About this time every year, my wonderful staff of attorney-advisors presents me with early drafts of the discussion of the ten most litigated issues in federal courts that are ultimately published ...

Success Story: TAS helps taxpayer meet closing deadline

Every year the Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) helps thousands of people with tax problems. This story is only one of many examples of how TAS helps resolve taxpayer issues. All personal details ar...

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