From the IRS Website –
Approximately 320 IRS offices located in all 50 states and the District of Columbia will be open on Super Saturday to prepare the simple Form 1040A for people who are filing a return solely to receive their stimulus payment. Operating hours will be 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., although some may be open longer. IRS employees will help prepare the Form 1040A returns for low-income workers, retirees, disabled veterans and others. Hundreds of IRS partners will have sites open around the country as well to help prepare stimulus payment returns.
For more information, click here to visit the IRS Economic Stimulus Payments Information Center.
Here are my favorite articles from the past few weeks, written by my fellow members of the Money Blog Network –
AllFinancialMatters has an interesting piece on Target.
Consumerism Commentary notes that when prices are down, it’s time to buy!
Five Cent Nickel has developed an interesting technique for managing assets across several accounts.
Free Money Finance asks a very interesting question – could you do a better job than your boss?
Get Rich Slowly suggests that, when the times get tough, we need to get back to the basics.
Mighty Bargain Hunter went on a stroll of his own, down memory lane, to Sesame Street.
Wise Bread writes about irregular income and taxes.
Here are my favorite articles from the past few weeks, written by my fellow personal finance writers –
Gen X Finance has a reader poll, asking What Will You Do With Your Rebate Check?
Lazy Man suggest two reasons for why folks are poor.
Money Smart Life has answered several frequently asked questions about the economic rebate checks.
The Digerati Life has ideas for surviving a recession.
The Sun’s Financial Diary reviews Scottrade’s customer service.
PaidTwice has increased 401k contributions.