Should You Put Your Taxes On Your Credit Cards?

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Despite the problems associated with credit cards, we might have thought of putting our taxes on our credit cards. In fact, the IRS and an increasing number of states allow us to do so. However, putting our taxes on credit cards might force us to pay more to Uncle Sam. Let us see how the IRS penalizes us and how to avoid this relatively costly expense.

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