Class action lawsuits: Do you qualify for cash back?
Terminix Robocall Class Action Settlement
Did you receive an autodialed and/or pre-recorded call from Terminix on your cell phone between August 22, 2012 and July 28, 2017? You may be able to claim $60 from a class action settlement over claims these phone calls violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. The TCPA protects consumers from receiving artificial or pre-recorded voice calls - commonly known as 'robocalls' -- on their cell phones without giving prior express consent.  The deadline to file a claim December 26, 2017.Photo by: Getty
Class action lawsuits: Do you qualify for cash back?
Military Member Interest Rate Violation Class Action Lawsuit Investigation
If you are a member of the military and were overcharged (or think you may have been) for interest rates above 6 percent while on active duty, or if your bank or credit card tried to collect on interest owed after you returned from active duty, you may have a legal claim under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA). You may also be eligible to participate in a class action lawsuit if you were harmed by other predatory financial practices where dishonorable companies took advantage of your military status. 
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Class action lawsuits: Do you qualify for cash back?
Pre-pay your medical expenses

If you pre-pay any medical expenses you know you will have or pay off existing medical expenses, you can write them off.  According to Hockensmith, this could be especially beneficial if federal tax reform removes the ability to deduct medical expenses in 2018.

 
 
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