California has a tax postponement program for certain homeowners, which allows them to postpone paying their property taxes for primary residences. This program is available to homeowners who [...]
According to the Federal Trade Commission, scams involving claims about Social Security are surging. Consumers lost $19 million last year, which surpasses the peak year of the IRS scam. Our [...]
As tax season is coming to a close, working seniors should be aware of a change to California’s Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). For the first time, seniors who work and make $16,750 or [...]
What is a credit report? A credit report is a record of your credit activity and credit history. There are three major national consumer credit reporting agencies: Equifax, Experian and [...]
California State Controller, Betty Yee, recently announced that Californians have over $770 million in cash from unclaimed property.
Many seniors have unsecured debt – either from credit cards, medical expenses, or personal loans. Americans in retirement now are more likely to have debt and to have high levels of debt than [...]