This week on Street Beat, host Rob Stone finds out about money matters.

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Joshua Wease and Christina Thompson from the Michigan State University College of Law Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (credit: Juwan Outlaw/ CW50)

First, Joshua Wease, the Director of the Michigan State University College of Law Low Income Taxpayer Clinic; and Christina Thompson, the Supervising Attorney at the clinic; talk about the proposed tax code changes and the impact they may have. They are also the authors of “Master the IRS Maze.”

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Marshall J. Hunt from the Accounting Aid Society (credit: Juwan Outlaw/ CW50)

Then, Marshall J. Hunt, the Director of Tax Policy and Advocacy for the Accounting Aid Society explains how to get a head start on your taxes.

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Margaret Trimer-Hartley of Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan (credit: Juwan Outlaw/ CW50)

Next, Margaret Trimer-Hartley, president and CEO of Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan, explains their programs that teach financial literacy to children.

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Brett Jordan of Bridging Lost Gaps at Madonna University and Emma Teller of Catholic Vantage Financial (credit: Juwan Outlaw/ CW50)

Finally, Brett Jordan, executive director of the Bridging Lost Gaps program at Madonna, and Emma Teller of Catholic Vantage Financial; explain how they are working together to help college students become financially literate.

 

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