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The new due date for paying estimated taxes and extension paperwork is Jan. 31, 2018.
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The Equifax breach could affect 143 million consumers. What steps to take next to make sure you're protected.
The company's website yields confusion and its free service leaves holes in fraud prevention.
The Equifax breach could affect 143 million people. What steps to take next to make sure you're protected.
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