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Here you will find information on how to get up to $1,050 from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts if you were 65 in 2014.
As an additional resource, I encourage you to http://www.massresources.org/circuit-breaker-tax-credit.html.
Please reach out to me if you or someone you know needs help filing their forms or have any eligibility questions. Please keep in mind that this is not official tax advice.
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By Tom Sannicandro About 106 million Americans are a part of what is called the Longevity Economy. This population, made up of Americans 50 years and older, is contributing to the economy in positive ways. This population represents $7.1 trillion of economic activity, more than half of all economic activity in the United States. In […]