Personal finance from around the web:
- Tax day is fast approaching, and if you haven’t filed yet, it’s probably making you grumble. The Washington Post debunks five myths about your taxes. [The Washington Post]
- And would you tattle on someone you know is cheating on his taxes? The IRS hopes you will. If you have specific and credible evidence, you could score a payout. [WalletPop]
- Maybe a dye job should be part of your investment portfolio. Not only do blondes have more fun — they have more money, too, according to a new British study. [It’s Your Money]
- FreeCreditReport.com, the site that promises a free credit report but really charges you a monthly fee for the service, is changing its tune. Slightly. With new federal guidelines requiring such sites to clearly state that the only real source of free reports is annualcreditreport.com, the company has started charging $1 for the report and donating the cash to charity. The move looks like a clever way to get around the new rules. [The New York Times]
- Get rid of these five digital fees and save $500 a month year. [LiveCheap.com]
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