It’s tax season: Don’t get swindled


Tax season is here, and millions of Americans are in the midst of collecting their receipts, W-2s and all the other paperwork needed to satisfy the IRS and its voluminous and opaque tax code.
It’s a boon year for California and Ventura County. The recession has eased and California’s coffers have $8 billion in reserves, a far cry from the $26-billion deficit that put nearly every state agency on life support after the crash of 2008.
The county saw a 4.1 percent increase in property ...

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