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Taxes and the Economy
File Your Taxes and Download Tax Forms
Learn more about filing your federal and state taxes.
- Find tax information for after you’ve filed your federal taxes.
- Find out how to file your federal taxes, get an extension and more.
- Learn about tax relief, benefits and incentives.
- Learn if you’re eligible for free help with your tax returns.
- Learn more about business taxes.
- Currency and Economy
Includes currency exchange rates, budget of the U.S., and economic indicators.
Money from the Government
Government Benefits, Grants, and Financial Assistance
Learn more about how to get benefits, grants, and loans from the government.
- Learn about federal government programs, including unemployment benefits, and how to find which ones are available to you.
- Find out how to get help buying nutritious food for you and your family.
- Learn about government grants and loans for states and organizations. For help for individuals, please visitour Benefits page.
- Learn about government programs to help pay bills and other expenses.
- Find the answers to common questions about receiving Social Security.
- Get answers to the most common questions about student loans.
- Discover some of the programs and resources that can help if you lose your job.
Credit Reports, Personal Finance, and Consumer Protection
- Personal Finance
Includes bankruptcy, using credit, money management, and retirement and estate planning.
- Saving and Investing
Includes savings bonds, investment advisors, mutual funds, and securities for sale from the government.
- Consumer Protection
Includes filing a complaint, the Consumer Action Handbook, and smart shopping tips.
- Free Credit Report
Request one free copy of your credit report every 12 months from each of the nationwide consumer credit reporting companies.
- Identity Theft Prevention
Learn how to prevent and report identity theft.
- Money and Taxes for Seniors
Includes tax tips for seniors and managing money.
Buy from the Government
- Sales and Auctions
Buy new, seized, and surplus merchandise and real estate from the government.