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IRS warns of fraudulent emails, which appear to be sent from “IRS Online,” contain an attachment labeled “Tax Account Transcript,” or something similar. The IRS, however, does not send unsolicited emails to the public. The IRS asks the public not to open the email, and if using a personal computer to delete it or forward it to email@example.com. If one is using an employer’s computer, the IRS asks that the employee notify his or her company of the email.
"Live Like Student" is a FREE, non-credit course (6 meeting times), open to all UNI students. Attendees will explore the concepts of budgeting, saving & investing, credit, student loans, and identity protection. Classes will be offered in February. View times offered and register!
The 2019-20 FAFSA is available as of October 1, 2018. Students and parents will complete the FAFSA using 2017 tax information. The IRS Data Retrieval Tool, a streamlined option in completing the FAFSA will be available again this year with some modifications. Learn more about the changes to it here.
The 2019-20 UNI Scholarship is available! This one application applies you to most UNI scholarships. The priority deadline to apply is January 15, 2019. Click here to start your application today.
Visit our Scholarship Directory to learn about additional scholarship opportunities.