How To Avoid Tax Credit Scams

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Business owners, beware of con artists who want to trick you into claiming tax credits that you aren’t eligible for. The Internal Revenue Service warns about scams revolving around the Employee Retention Credit, a tax credit for businesses that continued paying employees during the COVID-19 shutdowns or had a significant income decline during the eligibility period. While most eligible employers have already claimed this credit, unscrupulous companies are advertising ERC services to draw in businesses that are not eligible for the credit. What’s in it for them? How the scam works. "How to avoid tax credit scams" ALSO; Ayers Auto Tip of the Week and cash-saving coupons here - These days, many vehicles have an oil life monitor that tells you when it's time to change your oil. Otherwise, follow the instructions in your owner’s manual. Ask your technician to print out the maintenance schedule for your make and model. Regular oil changes keep your engine running in top condition, saves gas, and helps you avoid major repairs.



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