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In general the IRS directs you to send mail either by region or by type of form. The best source is the main form that you are submitting to the IRS. It should have a list of addresses either on the form or in the instructions. You can get a certificate of mailing from the post office if you are wanting to prove you mailed something by a deadline. It ...
anything that produces steady income will produce a "real return" (return above inflation) in a zero-interest rate environment: bonds rental property (or ownership through REITs) dividend producing stock preferred stock Note, however, that all of these will decline in value if interest rates rise.
Dividends. There are blue chip companies that have paid and raised their dividends for 20 or more years. As an example: Altria (MO). There are also ETFs that specialize in such stocks such as SDY.
Monthly is far superior to weekly or fortnightly pay. What a lot of people don't realise is that when you are paid monthly you end up with a lot more cash in your hand every month, often hundreds of dollars more each month. Just compare a monthly amount and 4 x a weekly amount (which you are forced to live on for 10 months per year) and you will see there ...
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