Protected: Duties of IRS Agents

IRS agents, also known as revenue agents or tax examiners, are responsible for ensuring that individuals and businesses pay their taxes accurately and on time. They work for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), which is the federal agency responsible for administering and enforcing the tax laws in the United States. Some of the specific duties of IRS agents may include: Examining tax returns: IRS agents are responsible for reviewing tax returns to ensure that they are accurate and complete. Read more [...]

Protected: Duties of CID Employees

The Criminal Investigation Division (CID) of the IRS is responsible for investigating cases of alleged tax fraud and other financial crimes. CID agents are federal law enforcement agents who have the authority to carry firearms, make arrests, and execute search warrants. Some of the specific duties of CID agents may include: Investigating tax fraud: CID agents are responsible for investigating cases of alleged tax fraud, which can include activities such as evasion of taxes, failure to file Read more [...]

How to Set up your Budget for 2023

Setting up a budget for the year 2023 can be a helpful way to manage your finances and achieve your financial goals. Here are some steps to help you get started: Determine your income: The first step in creating a budget is to determine your monthly income. This can include your salary, any bonuses or commissions, and any other sources of income. Make sure to include any irregular income, such as freelance work or rental income, as well.  (More on this in a later blog post.) Identify your Read more [...]

6 Clever Gadgets That Will Save You Lots of Money & Time

We are currently living in a world that is dominated by technology. It seems like smart devices are springing up like mushrooms after the rain, and have made their way to every aspect of our lives. While there are some gadgets that are ridiculous and unnecessary, there are quite a number of connected devices that everyone should own. But with a myriad of gadgets and gizmos, how do you really know if one is worth buying?  Today, let me present with you 6 must-have gadgets that will not only Read more [...]

5 Effective Ways to Reduce Carbon Footprint and Your Spending Too

It is undeniable that climate change is more evident now than before. Extreme weather conditions such as typhoons and hurricanes are becoming more common in certain regions of the world while other countries are experiencing phenomenon that are quite new to them. For instance, in Kuwait, where I live right now, heavy rains and flood happened many times during the last few days of summer, which is a very rare occurrence for a country situated in the middle of a desert. With all these negative Read more [...]

These Valentine’s Day Gifts Are a Waste of Money (Here’s What to Give Instead)

The most loved-up day of the year is just a weeks away and while some may find this “occasion” ridiculous and useless, others go all out to make their lovers feel special on Valentine’s Day. No wonder this holiday has become a billion dollar industry. Believe it or not, U.S. consumers are expected to spend an average $143.56 on Valentine’s Day this year, with a total spending anticipated to reach a whopping $19.6 billion. CRAZY.  There’s nothing wrong with showing love through Read more [...]

Where to Sell Your Unwanted Gift Cards from the Holidays

And just like that, Christmas season is officially over.  Most probably, you’re left with a stack of gift cards that may or may not be put to good use. Gift cards are always given with good intentions but sometimes, receiving cards that you can never see yourself using is inevitable.  I mean, your next-door neighbor had no idea that you’re not a coffee drinker.  And your boss probably didn’t know that you’re on a low-carb diet. As a result, it just ends up inside your drawer, Read more [...]

How to Save Up on Travel During Peak Season Holidays

Traveling during the holidays really does come with a hefty price tag.  According to, this will be the most expensive time of the year to fly for both domestic and international flights. Of course, everyone loves to travel during the holidays.  People want to come home to their hometowns, jet off with friends and make new memories with their families.  That’s why booking airfare tickets and hotel accommodations ahead of time is the key to save big on traveling during this busy Read more [...]

“Pay Yourself First” to Save More Money

When it comes to formulating a budget, a line-item budgeting model is what we often see, where one focuses on the expenses rather than the savings. This type of budgeting style details a precise amount of money for different spending categories, and just end up saving whatever amount they have left before the month ends.  Unfortunately, not everyone is lucky enough to still have remaining money at the end of each month. If you are one of the “unlucky ones,” I guess it’s time to reevaluate Read more [...]

Organize Your Holiday Budget with these Mobile Apps

You might think that it’s a little too early to start setting up your Christmas budget but FYI, we’re only a little over a month till the 25th of December. Year after year, Santa’s sleigh becomes heavier and heavier, or should I say, more expensive. According to the National Retail Federation’s annual holiday forecast for 2018, consumers will be spending an average of $1,007.24 which is 4.1% more than last year’s $967.13.  So yeah, it just shows that Santa’s sleigh is indeed Read more [...]
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