You Can Make Money by Paying Your Taxes With a Credit Card — Here’s How

ByBrett Holzhauer

Updated: March 24, 2024

ByBrett Holzhauer

Updated: March 24, 2024

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About Brett Holzhauer


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Brett Holzhauer is a personal finance reporter. He has written for several leading publications and is mentioned in many others, including Forbes Advisor, Lending Tree, CNBC and ValuePenguin. An alum of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State, when he is not reporting, Brett is likely scuba diving, golfing or watching college football. He tweets regularly at @brett_holzhauer.


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