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Virginia taxpayers aren't receiving tax refund checks in the mail this year. That's because the state eliminated the paper form of payment opting for direct deposit or sending taxpayers a debit card instead.
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The tax exemption Feb. 16 to Feb. 18 covers larger items, including clothes washers, air conditioners, heat pumps and standard-size refrigerators.
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The Virginia Department of Taxation and Fairfax County police Wednesday issued warnings to residents about the unrelated financial schemes.
Local police investigators have received more than a dozen reports of an inheritance scam involving emails supposedly sent from the Fairfax County Police Department.
A new limited voucher program from the state is available to Virginia families who care for a loved one with disabilities or chronic conditions.
We've got a list of key numbers to keep in mind as you prepare and file your 2012 tax return.
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Pepco customers are questioning higher-than-usual power bills this month after smart meters were installed on their homes.
In 2013, travelers can plan to pay more for airfare and hotels, but there are still some travel deals to take advantage of before summer comes.
Now that the payroll tax cut has expired, most of us will get smaller paychecks on the first payday of 2013.
WTOP's Kyle Cooper reports. More from The Wall Street Journal.